All the speculation and hopes turned out to be true; Destiny 2 will be coming to the PC as well as consoles, with a launch in September and a beta this summer. We haven’t yet had a confirmation that the sequel will allow you to ride on magical ponies or feature a third-person camera, but I’m sure that wishing hard enough makes things happen. Why not, at this point?
Other beta news with significantly less destiny did occur this week, naturally:
- Mu Legend is soft-launching around the world this summer with an open beta, ensuring that you have some hacking and slashing to enjoy while you’re not in school… or while you’re still at work. Full-time employment does not usually include summer breaks.
- Project Gorgon has introduced the Bard skill while also shrinking group sizes. This way, if no one likes your singing, there will be fewer people around to complain. It’s brilliant.
- If you want an actual update for Project Genom, you’ll have to keep waiting. If you want to see what’s going on behind the scenes while the game itself isn’t updating, well, the designers have you covered there.
- The post-apocalyptic Edengrad will be entering early access on April 4th, thus ensuring that players can look out upon a ruined world and ruin it some more. What does it matter to you? It was already broken.
- Last but not least, if you’re still really invested in Johnny Depp playing a caricature of Keith Richards with a large hat, Pirates of the Caribbean: Tides of War is available for beta signups.
Oh, and there’s a list of stuff down below. What sort of stuff? Games in testing, mostly. Some of them might have jumped test phases without us noticing though, and if so, do clue us in down in the comments.