Everyone nowadays seems to love the idea of upgrading their gaming perspective to a 4k resolution. However, I do not find it that exciting. As I’ve been speaking before about Destiny 2, It’s better to wait and get it on PC than just struggle through the 30fps whole the way. After experiencing the path of the Guardian to the highest level and some PVP brawls, I am more than eligible to confirm the same.
I never believed that Destiny 2 on a console would ever crash, but that happened to me too. Let’s be honest. It’s a massive Open World that Destiny 2 offers with a lot of surprises, especially the Public Events which I enjoyed playing. But again, I felt handicapped throughout the whole journey. The moment I got to level 20 is the time I stopped playing because there’s not much excitement to play it on 4k with 30fps. At least for me.
I’ve never found 4k 30fps better than 1080p 60fps, ever. I’d rather enjoy a smooth and delicious gameplay than struggle through series of pictures.
I take whatever I’ve been through positively, knowing that this will come to me as a potential knowledge which can turn into an advantage on Destiny 2’s PC version. That’s why I bought Destiny 2 on PS4 at first place. To learn and prepare for what’s about to come.
That’s when I am going into a tryhard mode. Putting aside the fact that I have to buy the game twice doesn’t bother me that much. I just hope that the PC release of Destiny 2 won’t be a failure and will avoid any bugs and glitches.
Even though I do not support Bungie for the choice to release the game on PC at a later stage, I will still buy it. The game is incredible, and I would love to avoid comparing it to any other games, like The Division. I know you’d like me to speak about that, but I’ll just pass it on.
All I can say is that I can’t wait for the PC version to come out. The sad part is that we’ll have to until October 24.