Bungie, through a post on his official blog, as well as announcing the beta content for PCs, has also unveiled a series of restrictions that will most likely discuss all streaming passionate players.
In terms of contents, the test version, which will start August 28, will not propose e-commerce differences with the beta phase on consoles.
Players can then take part in the mission of the story, called Return home, venture into the Assault, Reverse Spiral, and Face Detonation on the City Center map.
However, a new battlefield, Javelin-4, will be introduced for the Control mode while there is no information on the possibility to visit the new social area, “The Farm”.
The beta of Destiny 2 on PC will also have limitations that in practice cover all major streaming, recordings, and voice chat programs.
For example, you will not be able to use the Game Capture mode of OBS and XSplit, while Screen and Window Capture support will be supported.
They also granted Elgato and AVerMedia systems, and support for NVIDIA Shadowplay and AMD ReLive was confirmed.
It also interfered with Discord and Mumble for voice and EVGA Precision XOC, MSI Afterburner and Fraps for the overlays that, of course, also include frame rate counting.