Published: Fri, June 07, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Destiny 2 cross-save and Stadia support incoming

Destiny 2 cross-save and Stadia support incoming

As players rush to get ahead in Destiny 2 right now, gamers are finding themselves working harder than ever to get more and do more in the game. No more retreading through the same gameplay grind if you want to play with friends or foes on a platform different from the one you started on.

Google Stadia will definitely be part of this, though.

Last week, Bungie announced that they would be revealing the "Next Chapter of Destiny 2" during a livestream that's set to take place at 10 AM PT on Thursday, June 6th.

The Destiny community has been asking for the ability to transfer or access their characters between different platforms since the game released back in 2014 and this request only escalated further when the franchise came to PC for the first time with the release of Destiny 2.

The Collection will be the first free game available through Stadia Pro, a monthly subscription included with the platform's Founder's Edition, which boasts the most expensive Google Stadia price.

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Destiny 2 is a highly popular game and though its by no means hitting World of Warcraft numbers for monthly active users, it's certainly big enough to give Stadia a very noticeable partnership.

It seems as though the Destiny 2 leaks don't plan on ceasing anytime soon.

Bungie's big announcement is scheduled for 10AM PST, while Stadia's announcement is scheduled for 9AM PST.

For those who don't know what Stadia does, this is Google's little hub that lets you mirror/stream games to many devices using a variety of supported controllers. This potential partnership could prove to be one of those methods, and could help Bungie make all future Destiny content even better.

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