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Multi Gaming PC Community based in Europe playing Destiny 2, Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, Overwatch and The Division

DESTINY 2 PC beta release date is here, as the Bungie shooter makes its long-awaited debut on PC with a selection of maps, game modes and more. Here's what time it starts, how you can join in and more.

Destiny 2 fans are counting down to the release of the PC beta, which starts later today.

Ahead of the game's October release date, the Bungie shooter makes its long-awaited PC debut as part of the closed beta.

The Destiny 2 PC beta has an August 28 start date and a 6pm UK start time for pre-order customers. That's 10am PDT if you live in the US.

The open beta - which can be played even without a pre-order - starts a day later on August 29, so there's not long to wait.

The shortened PC beta period ends just a few days later on August 31, although it's possible Bungie will extend the beta like it did with PS4 and Xbox One.

If you don't want to miss a second of the action, then it's worth pre-loading the PC beta right now.

To pre-load the PC beta, fans must sign up for a compulsory account from the Destiny website.

Members of Accolade can join our Destiny 2 clan!

Today at Gamescom, Brendan “Playerunknown” Greene teased a new image of the upcoming desert map for Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds. It includes a dense city center with dozens of buildings rising eight or more stories off the ground.


Unfortunately, there's no demo release date to speak of, but EA Sports have just dropped a pretty fantastic new trailer, which you can watch above.

The EA Sports trailer description reads:

"See how FIFA 18 delivers the dramatic moments of the World's Game in the official Gamescom 2017 trailer. Skill moves, wonder goals, and incredible atmospheres led by the world's biggest football stars including Ronaldo, Griezmann, Müller, Alli. Get ready for the new season!"

There are some absolute worldies scored by the likes of Ronaldo, Griezmann, Pogba and Alli.

Have a watch, you won't be disappointed.

EA has now officially released the Starfighter Assault trailer, following the leak earlier this week. A gameplay demo for the mode is expected at Gamescom next week.