Destiny 2

On the 6th of September, Destiny 2 launched on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. It is a popular online multiplayer first-person shooter that takes you on an epic journey across the solar system. You are able to battle alongside friends with multiple cooperative modes or challenge others in intense multiplayer matches. To get you ready for the release of Destiny 2 PC on October 24, we already playtested Destiny 2 PC Beta for you on PixelStellar Alpha. Destiny 2’s PC beta brought a list of minimum and recommended system specs to play the game. However, with Pixelstellar Alpha, you don’t need to worry about this!


Destiny 2 on Pixelstellar

As was to be expected Bungie delivered a very well optimized game. It allows us to play the game on PixelStellar Alpha at a fluent 60 FPS. Using our cloud gaming platform, you are able to play the game at the highest settings, at 1080p without any noticeable lag. Moreover, the gameplay was very smooth. Even with all the new particles and visual effects added to the game, we were blown away by the streaming quality. Furthermore, there was almost no difference noticeable compared to an actual gaming PC. And, the best thing is, you don’t need a powerful graphic card to have this experience, since our cloud GPUs will do all the heavy processing for you!


How can I start?

All you need to do is sign in to your PixelStellar account, then launch your PixelStellar cloud Desktop, log in to and start playing. Oh, and buy the game of course.



Jan playing Destiny 2 on PixelStellar cloud gaming Platform

In the Beta, we got to see the original Tower from the first game in ruins, taking us to a few places we never got to see in the first game. The first major noticeable thing about Destiny 2 was the level of detail Bungie was able to achieve compared to the original Destiny game.” – Jan, Professional PixelStellar Game Tester


Niels playing Destiny 2 on PixelStellar cloud gaming Platform

“Bungie really did step up their A game and delivered jaw dropping visuals adding to the vast Destiny universe. The planets were a lot more vibrant and had a lot more colours. This makes the game even more visually appealing, which I always found a bit of a downside to Destiny 1. Hence, I can’t wait to get my hands on the full game on PC when it gets out the 24th. Let’s go get Gary together fellow Guardians. Do it for the puppies!” – Niels, making sure PixelStellar systems rock every day 24/7.

Play Destiny 2 on PixelStellar here.

Destiny 2
You can purchase Destiny 2 here