Destiny 2 Getting PS4 Pro & Xbox One X Patches, Double XP Weekend

Destiny 2 Getting PS4 Pro & Xbox One X Patches, Double XP Weekend

Since the game was released close to the launch of the Xbox One X, most of the fans were expecting it to support the console since it already had support for the PS4 Pro.

In an interview with WCCFTech and Andy Wilson, Executive Producer at Hangar 13, Wilson said: "The game renders at 3072×1728 and is then upscaled to 3840×2160, via a full 4K output buffer".

Bungie has updated its weekly post for Destiny 2, but this time around, it's provided details on an update that's bound to make the game look better than ever on Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro consoles. We released a PS4 Pro patch for launch past year and continued to improve the game over the course of 2017, so the Pro version represents a big upgrade over the original at launch.

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A few months ago Bungie confirmed that Destiny 2 would be running at a locked 30 fps on the Xbox One X, Xbox One, PS 4, and PS 4 Pro. The update adds the often-requested HDR feature, for both PS4 Pro, and Xbox One X. We've seen a lot of questions about whether or not Destiny 2 would scale to meet the potential of new hardware. "We are already working with Microsoft to get our hands on more of the world's most powerful video game console!" It's still an upgrade, even if it's not quite as impressive as the Xbox One X's enhancement. If not, don't worry, solo player.

Starting on November 17, the first Clarion Call for Destiny 2 will be live all weekend long. Everything you do with a clan member on your fireteam will grant you twice the XP during the event.

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