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Destiny 2 coming to Google Stadia with character transfers from other platforms

Bungie is bringing its shooter to Google’s streaming platform

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Bungie is bringing Destiny 2 to Google Stadia, the streaming service that will bring PC games to a variety of platforms: TVs, computers, mobile phones, web browsers, and more.

Existing Destiny 2 players will be able to transfer their characters to the Google Stadia version from the Windows PC or Xbox One versions of the game. Transfers from PlayStation 4 are not confirmed, and we’ve reached out to Sony for comment.

Destiny 2 will be included as part of Google Stadia’s Founders Edition bundle, a $129.99 package that also includes a Stadia controller, Chromecast Ultra (for 4K resolution), and three-month subscriptions to Stadia Pro for two people. The Founder’s Edition will offer access to all of Destiny 2: the original game, its existing expansions, and the upcoming Shadowkeep expansion and annual pass.

Bungie will reveal more about the future of Destiny 2 and its Shadowkeep expansion during a livestream on Thursday.

Google Stadia launches this November.