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Destiny 2 comes to Google Stadia with Cross-Save

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Destiny 2 comes to Google Stadia

Destiny 2 comes to Google Stadia with Cross-Save, On Thursday, June 6, Google and Bungie will hold a live broadcast to lead them to E3 2019. 
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Google will reveal details about the Stadia video streaming service while Bungie will outline its plans for Destiny's future in the third year. 

Two events may not have landed on the same date by coincidence, it seems. The new reports claim that Bungie will partner with Google not only to offer Destiny 2 to Stadia but also to provide it so players can transfer their progress to the new platform.


According to Jason Shrier of Kotaku, five different sources confirmed that Destiny 2 will be available on the Google Stadia cloud service. 
This will allow Stadia users to run Destiny 2 from countless devices across a browser or application, regardless of the power of the platform's hardware. 

It would be like a lot of video streaming. 
With the new expansion of Destiny 2, Shadowkeep, in place for this fall, it will be a good opportunity for new players to experience the game through Google Stadia.

Given that Destiny 2 is approaching the second anniversary, however, it is likely that many current players do not want the idea of ​​starting again on the Google Stadia platform. 

This is why the idea of ​​mutual preservation is very important. Existing players can easily transfer their progress in Destiny 2 to Google Stadia so they can play on their laptop during the holiday, then go home and transfer their progress to their computers account.

The only negative thing about the news about this partnership is that Destiny 2 cross-referencing may not be fully supported on all Destiny 2 platforms. 

Cross-archiving is said to be supported on PCs, Xbox One and Google Stadia, but support for PlayStation 4 is still in the air. 

Rumors spread that Sony was through its marketing partnership Destiny 2 with Activision, which prevented early interoperability. 

Sony may continue to fight these efforts now that Bungie has separated from Activision.

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At this time, Destiny 2's news on Google Stadia and its intersection are considered informal. Given the source of the report, this is credible. 

However, much can change in the days before the announcement. Fortunately, Bungie and Google will most likely officially publish the news tomorrow, June 6. 

Google will begin broadcasting at 9:00 am Pacific time and Bungie's live broadcast will begin at 10:00 AM Pacific Time.

Destiny 2 is now available on PCs, PS4, and Xbox One computers. Google Stadia is scheduled to launch later this year.

Source of the report Kotaku

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