Bungie today shared brand-new information about what gamers can anticipate to experience with Destiny 2 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. And, similarly crucial, we learnt more about when significant functions are coming online for next-gen console gamers. While Destiny 2 will be readily available on next-gen platforms starting on November 10, numerous of the brand-new improvements on those systems will not launch till December 8.

At console launch, gamers can anticipate to see both faster load times and cross-generation play within console households (PS5 with PS4, and Xbox Series X/S with Xbox One). The much better load times will be an especially luring function for lots of console gamers, as it suggests not just much shorter waits to fly into locations like the Tower, however likewise much faster packing of stock info, such as when you hover over a specific devices slot in your character sheet – an issue that has actually pestered current-gen console gamers for a very long time.

Meanwhile, a number of other functions are going to take a bit more time prior to they browse the web, and won’t show up till December 8, consisting of 4K resolution (on PS5 and Xbox Series X, however not on Xbox Series S), 60fps framerate, and a freshly revealed field of vision slider, a function that intends to be comparable to the very same choice currently on PC.

Upgrading to the next-gen variation of Destiny 2 is complimentary on PlayStation 5, and on Xbox Series X/S through Xbox Smart Delivery.

Console gamers who aspired to play the next growth, Beyond Light, and get the complete 4K and 60fps experience right now at growth launch might be annoyed that the complete suite of abilities won’t be online right now. On the other hand, cross-generational play at launch is a substantial offer, guaranteeing that clans and other good friend groups will have the ability to keep playing together, no matter who has the cash to update their system.

Check out the complete rundown about next-gen functions on Bungie’s site