Destiny 2 Sees 1.2 Million Players Online During Opening Weekend

Destiny 2 Sees 1.2 Million Players Online During Opening Weekend

1.2 million players online at one time.

AS Unreal by AS Unreal on Sep 10, 2017 @ 11:05 AM (Staff Bios)
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Destiny 2 was one of the most highly anticipated games of 2017, if not the most highly anticipated game for the year. With the game debuting on consoles this week, the game saw 1.2 million concurrent players online on Saturday. That's not talking about everybody that has purchased or logged into the game. 1.2 million people were online in the Destiny 2 world at the same time.

That's pretty incredible for debut weekend, especially considering the fact that they're missing a major part of the gaming community. The game doesn't hit PC gamers until October 24th, so expect the numbers to skyrocket once Destiny 2 releases on all platforms.

For now, Bungie is extremely happy with the results. They have already announced the game's first expansion, Curse of Osiris, which is expected out in December. The game has received great feedback and reviews from new players and long-time hardcore fans as well. If you have the time and the money, this game should probably be on your list.

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