Destiny 2 goes free for PC players until November 18

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PC users can download Destiny 2 for free today through November 18 and keep it forever. It doesn't include the DLC, and obviously Activision and Bungie are crossing their fingers that gamers will pony up for the Forsaken expansion after getting their feet wet in the main campaign. If players add the game to their account by then, you'll own the game permanently.

If you ever wanted to try Destiny 2 and you aren't gaming on consoles, or wanted to try it out on PC but didn't want to spring for it, now's your chance!

If you are looking to try out Destiny 2 on PC this is the time to download it.

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New Battle.net accounts created after 19:00 CET on November 2, 2018, will need to enable Blizzard SMS Protect before claiming their free copy.

Accessibility is key for service games, and nothing's more accessible than free. "We're pleased to support Destiny 2 as the first non-Blizzard game on our platform, and we look forward to joining fellow Guardians in their fight against the Red Legion". For those who already own Destiny 2 on PC, you'll get an anniversary emblem. Additionally, the Forsaken multiplayer mode Gambit will be free on PS4, Xbox One, and PC from November 9th to the 11th.

The rather extraordinary giveaway was announced just now, ahead of BlizzCon 2018's opening ceremony, by Steve Cotton, Destiny 2 game director at developer Bungie.

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