4 Reasons Not to Pre-Order Destiny 2 & 4 Reasons You Should
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4 Reasons Not to Pre-Order Destiny 2 & 4 Reasons You Should

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Don’t Pre-Order if You Want Xbox One X

Don’t Pre-Order if You Want Xbox One X

Xbox One X buyers shouldn’t place a Destiny 2 pre-order. Bungie hasn’t confirmed whether it will add 4K visuals to Destiny 2 after the console’s November launch.

Bungie’s David Dague told hosts of IGN’s Fireside Chat podcast that the studio doesn’t know if the game gets will get a free update to take advantage of the powerful processor, RAM and graphics processor inside the console. That’s despite Destiny 2 for PS4 Pro and PC supporting 4K televisions.

Assassin’s Creed Origins, Crackdown 3 and Forza 7 will all launch with support for 4K televisions and the Xbox One X this fall. Developers plan to update thirty games to support the console for free too. Pre-ordering Destiny 2 could leave you with a game that doesn’t fully take advantage of your new console’s hardware.

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