According to Kotaku, it seems that big news involving Destiny 2 will be announced tomorrow. Jason Schreier has reported that Destiny 2 will be coming to Google Stadia and that cross-save support is coming to Destiny 2. This news was discovered when data-miners found this image:
It looks like “Cross Saving” will be announced tomorrow for Destiny 2 pic.twitter.com/m2fgwtkzc7
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Destiny 2 having cross-save means that players will be able to transfer their progress between multiple platforms. These platforms include Xbox, PC, and Google Stadia. Jason Schreier says that “PlayStation 4 remains up in the air.” He says that sources familar with Bungie’s plans “wasn’t yet sure whether PS4 would be part of it”. The announcement will be made tomorrow during Bungie’s live stream where they will be talking about Shadowkeep, the next expansion of Destiny 2.
Jason Schreier has also learned from multiple sources that “Destiny 2 will be one of the big games available on Google’s new streaming platform.” This is going to be revealed during Google’s Stadia Connect presentation. The presentation will share launch info, price reveal, and game announcements such as Destiny 2. Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is also expected to be a part of “a few other big games to get announced for Stadia”. Google Stadia allows gamers to play games without the need for a console or pc. This means that you’ll be able to play Destiny 2 on any computer or device that will support the service. Jason Schreier has heard that the cost of Google Stadia “suggests some combination of subscription and a la carte pricing”.
The Destiny 2 live stream will go over next expansion, Shadowkeep which was leaked yesterday. Shadowkeep takes Guardians back to the Lunar Surface as players will journey deep into a mysterious enemy citadel. Google Stadia’s presentation will take place at 9 am PT The Destiny 2 live stream will take place after Google’s presentation at 10 am PT.