This guide will help players get prepared to play Destiny 2: The Collection on Stadia, which will be released on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. Players can access Destiny 2 with Stadia Pro, which can found in the Stadia Founders and Premiere Editions.
Stadia is Google's new cloud-based gaming platform that allows you to play your favorite hit video games across screens instantly without waiting for a download or platform update.
Once players are logged into Stadia and have a subscription to Stadia Pro, they can go to the Stadia Store to claim and accessDestiny 2: The Collection. The Stadia Founders and Premiere editions include three free months of Stadia Pro.
With Destiny 2: The Collection, players can experience the full breadth of the Destiny world and its responsive first-person shooter combat. Explore rich worlds with sweeping vistas and stunning visuals, and earn an arsenal of powerful weapons and armor. Bring your personalized Guardian into a large variety of activities and modes – from cooperative quests, competitive modes, challenging endgame activities, and more.
All Campaigns: Shadowkeep, Forsaken + Annual Pass, Warmind, Curse of Osiris, The Red War
All Upcoming Seasons Through Summer 2020
All Activities: Seasonal*, Raids, Crucible, Strikes, Gambit, and more!
*Certain seasonal content, such as the Vex Offensive, are only available during that season.
Players accessing Destiny 2 on devices with small screens, such as mobile, may have difficulty reading some text and UI elements.
Text Chat is not available on Stadia.
Input latency will be more noticeable the worse a connection becomes.
Players using a mouse and keyboard may notice more latency than players using a controller.
Players need to accept the Google Social Consent popup when launching Destiny 2 to access their in-game roster and friends list on Stadia. Players can find and change this option in their Stadia account settings.
Aim Smoothing may need to be turned off in the Settings menu if players experience motion sickness.
Some Chrome extensions that change keyboard inputs may need to be disabled if they interfere with Destiny 2 gameplay inputs. Alternatively, players can choose to rebind their keyboard inputs in their Destiny 2 Settings menu. If players encounter other general issues with their keybindings, they should restore them to their defaults and set them again.