Check Out This Trailer Of Destiny 2’s PC Beta Version Game-play In 4K At 60FPS
Stephan Jukic – August 16, 2017
The PC version of Destiny 2 may have been a bit long in the delivery to fans of the game who don’t play it via console but what’s finally coming down the pipeline looks very dam impressive indeed. It might even be the best looking version of the game there is with its native 4K gameplay at a smooth 60FPS.
This is at least what a very recently released trailer of Destiny 2 beta shows: native 4K UHD gameplay at a solid 60FPS for some very smooth graphics performance. Mind you, this level of gaming performance for the new beta version is being delivered for show by playing the game on what is undoubtedly one very high-end gaming PC, with a top-shelf 4K monitor and GPU power that comes from the very best of what’s available today for PC gaming, ideally from one of NVIDIA’s GTX10 or 2016 Pascal Titan X graphics cards. (Bungie itself uses GTX 1080Ti GPU power for the 4K 60FPS trailer shown here).
Whatever the specifics may be, Destiny 2’s beta version looks downright impressive in its YouTube trailer, which you can watch in native 4K UHD resolution. In fact, this is how we recommend you see this video if you want to truly appreciate 4K PC gaming in general and this specific shooter game with an uncapped frame rate.
Destiny 2 is designed to fully support 4K resolution with unlocked framerates and this means that a user with the right kind of 4K UHD monitor and GPU power could potentially even exceed the 60FPS demonstrated in the trailer. Graphics can also be customized for the PC game and so too can keyboard and mouse controls. Furthermore, the soon-to-arrive game supports aspect ratios in monitors of 21:9.
Below is the recently released list of both required and optimal specs for playing Destiny 2 on a PC, as released by Bungie. The following cover gameplay in sub-4K resolutions and for basic 1440p/4K gameplay
Gaming Below 1440p:
Intel – Core i5-2400
AMD – Ryzen R5 1600X
Nvidia – GeForce GTX 970
AMD – Radeon R9 390
Intel – Core i3-3250
AMD – FX-4350
Nvidia – GeForce GTX 660 2GB
AMD – Radeon HD 7850 2GB
Upgrading (1440p, basic 4K resolution gaming)
CPU – Intel Core i5-7400
CPU – Intel Pentium G4560
GPU – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 2GB
Finally, for players who want to experience Destiny 2 beta at its maximum capacity as demonstrated in the trailer above, and run Destiny 2 as Bungie does at its own demos, these are the studio’s own core GPU and CPU specs for its “Event Machine.”: 4K UHD monitor, Nvidia GTX 1080Ti 11GB GPU and Intel i7-7700k processor.
The Destiny 2 beta version kicks off as of Augsut 28th for pre-order customers and will be available generally as of August 29th. The beta finishes on August 31 and the game itself in its full version will be released for PC on October 24th, operating through Blizzard Battle-net.
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