The long-awaited destiny is here for the PC Gamers; it is time for the opal Xur. Just recently, Activision launched Destiny 2 for your desktop. The series had skipped the platform in its first time, but in this time, it is part of the project from the creator of Call of Duty and other huge hits. Destiny 2 is not available on steam; it is on Blizzard’s Battle.
Activision is planning to set up its store for Pc games like EA and Ubisoft. If this idea becomes successful, it could prompt the publisher to ditch Steam and the other online retailers and opt for a storefront which it controls.
Though it seems that it is a bit too late to cut off the Steam’s monopoly as the PC game store, and with publishers setting up their storefronts and it looks like a significant difficulty in competition with Valve’s juggernaut. In fact, there is an indication that some people might see this as an inconvenience since they will have to surf through three or four apps to have their preferred games running.
With the anticipated holidays in the offing, the Valve company’s launched the new digital gift cards to add to those readily available at retailers like BestBuy and Gamestop. This will allow the users to send money to the other’s Steam Wallet. Users can send a digital gift card via PayPal and Bitcoin.
The destiny series has now made that step in to the world of PC gaming. Due to the cheaters associated with the game, the studio is trying to avoid that by blacklisting such players, though some people claim that they were banned from the game for no apparent reason.
These banned players have said that they only used harmless software like the Discord Communications service or the OBS recording software. These are just additional programs that provide a code into games to promote the use of unique features.