Meanwhile, the PC version will take longer to develop, but will offer up to 144 FPS.
As you might have expected, Destiny 2 will offer 30 FPS on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It was also confirmed that depending on your rig the game will offer up to 144 FPS on PC, with no specific system requirements available as for now.
Mark Noseworthy and Luke Smith, both leading the Destiny 2 development, confirmed to IGN that the PS4 Pro version won’t be able to deliver 60 FPS. At least you will be able to play it in 4K. The game will release in September, with PlayStation 4 Pro support, but the PC version might launch later. There’s still no confirmation from Bungie or Activision.
And if you were wondering, no, there’s no Nintendo Switch version planned. As Noseworthy commented to IGN, it’s “pretty unrealistic,” even though he’s a fan of the console.