Yesterday was a great day for a Destiny 2. The last expansion of the game, Shadowkeep, ended up launching, but Destiny 2 was also launched in a new free model called New Light, in addition to coming to Steam. A Git Hyp report confirms that the game saw a peak of more than 200,000 concurrent users on its launch day on the Steam / PC front. It reached 219,000 users at one point, indicating that the game could continue to be a success.
In addition to being on PC now, Destiny 2 Shadowkeep and New Light are also available now on PS4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned in the next few days to hear more of our thoughts on the most recent expansion of the game.
The only three games that beat Destiny 2 in popularity among concurrent users were favorites such as DOTA 2, Counter-Strike: GO and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
We will see how the game works in the coming weeks, but we hope that the people of Bungie have a smile on their faces after going through this exhaustive transition from Battle.net to Steam.
Bungie also solved the problem with Forsaken’s lost content, something that weighed heavily on the minds of loyal fans.Destiny 2 is now available for PC, as well as for Xbox One and PlayStation 4
Stay tuned to TheGameRoof for the latest Destiny 2 patch notes, and content drop news for the game.