Bungie Confirms That No Destiny 2: Shadowkeep PvP Reveal This WeekTime: 2019-08-30
Earlier this month, Bungie mentioned in his weekly blog that Cross Save and PC Move will be launched on August 20 and 21. Meanwhile, they also said that Destiny 2 will release the PvP later this month, before PAX 2019. Now, we know that PAX 2019 will begin on Friday, August 30, 2019, and until Mon, Sep 2, 2019.
But today, community manager Bungie dmg04 tweeted that there will be no Shadowkeep PvP release this week. He says they cover a lot of important stuff in the third part of the director's cut (which they do). Here's what he said on twitter:
"When's the PvP Reveal as promised in a previous TWAB?" We covered a lot of Crucible changes in the Director's Cut Pt III. There are a few exacts that we'll be sharing with you closer to launch (which maps will be going on hiatus, glory changes, etc) – but that's not this week."
We also learned that playlists are getting a shakeup, with a bigger focus on 3v3 and 4v4 game modes. It will be included in the Crucible Labs playlist for testing and later will be added in the daily/weekly Crucible playlists. However, the six-player team games can still be played, mainly on a weekly basis, with a specially controlled playlist, which will be the best way for new players to adapt to the competition.
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep will be hitting PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, on October 1, 2019, and later in November on Google Stadia.