Destiny 2’s upcoming Beyond Light growth will make the game take up considerably much less area in your console’s or laptop’s laborious drive — relying on the platform, the updates will end in a 30-40% discount within the game’s set up measurement, developer Bungie announced Thursday in its weekly blog post.
Bungie mentioned it took the growth as a possibility to do some fine-tuning of Destiny 2’s again finish. Other elements are the previously announced retirement of many pieces of the game into the Destiny Content Vault, and the elimination of “accreted ‘dead’ content,” property that had been later changed in patches. All of that is permitting Bungie to shrink Destiny 2’s file measurement all the way down to someplace between 59 GB and 71 GB, relying on platform. (With the most recent growth, Shadowkeep, the game at present takes up 120 GB on PlayStation 4, 95 GB on Windows PC, and 111 GB on Xbox One.)
There’s a catch to this, although: All Destiny 2 gamers must re-download your complete game to be able to play the brand new growth when it launches Nov. 10. Bungie did say that it intends to permit gamers to preload Beyond Light a minimum of 10 hours earlier than the growth goes dwell — “sometime in the evening of November 9, Pacific Time.” The studio hopes that this fashion, even gamers with less-than-optimal web speeds could be able to go from minute one.
Other notable quality-of-life enhancements coming to Destiny 2 alongside Beyond Light embody a brand new scripting surroundings for missions. In addition, gamers will now be capable of be a part of face-to-face fireteams immediately from inside social areas, just like the Tower, with out having to attend for a protracted load. And lastly, Bungie rebuilt the face system that enables gamers to customise the look of their Guardian.
“We’ve upgraded to a significantly more capable system […] which we hope to leverage for more player customization options in the future,” mentioned Bungie. The studio additionally mentioned that it reviewed Destiny’s present participant fashions with its Diversity Committee and its Employee Resource Groups, a course of that resulted in “small tweaks to existing player heads.” Bungie is planning to “increase Guardian diversity in Destiny, with the long-term goal of enabling everyone to imagine themselves as their Guardian.” In the meantime, gamers shouldn’t be shocked if their Guardian’s face appears a bit completely different after Beyond Light arrives.