With only a few days left before the launch of Destiny 2, many fans around the world are excited to play it but there are also others who can’t decide what platform they should pick up. We know that the PS4 and Xbox One versions are releasing this Wednesday, but there’s also the PC version that will be released a month later. While there are three platforms to choose from, those who want to get the best experience available should definitely pick up the PC version, assuming you have the specs to run it.
Here are the reasons why:
The Game Will Look Better
Between all three platforms, Destiny 2 will definitely look best on the PC version. If you have a capable PC that is far more superior than your PS4 Pro or Xbox One, Destiny 2 will look phenomenal and run well on the PC. Sadly, the console versions at the moment do not support resolution at 4K and not even HDR. This is true even for the PS4 Pro with an exception of HDR coming after launch. As for the Xbox One version, it’s unclear whether or not the game will get Xbox One X enhancements, but regardless if it does, the winner for the best version to play it when it comes visual fidelity and performance is the PC version.
Capable of 60 frames per second
For faster performance, the PC version is the only one that can deliver true 60 frames per second. The console versions however is limited to 30 frames per second, which is a big let down. Those who really have beastly specs, will be able to run the game at its full performance, making the game run smoother.
Play with your Mouse and Keyboard
Shooter games are sometimes best played using a mouse and the keyboard. Luckily, you can do that in Destiny 2, giving you the precision in controlling your character. Also, those who have a controller can use them on the PC version, which will also give you the feeling that you are playing on a console.
Faster Loading Times
While it may be disappointing that loading times can be horrendous on the console version, those who have a faster hard drive on their PC can make the game load faster. Sadly, those who have the console versions are stuck with their 5400RPM hard drive, whereas the standard in PCs nowadays are at 7200RPM, giving a definite boost in loading times.