Bungie’s Name Change mechanism has made the Destiny 2 Crossplay release date LIVE.
The release date for DESTINY 2 Crossplay has arrived, and Guardians must now determine their Bungie Name in order to progress in the new matchmaking system.
Destiny 2’s most recent update added new content, features, and crossplay to PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
While some aspects of the game are still confined to console versus. console and PC vs. PC play, Bungie has made it easy for gamers to connect across platforms.
Season 15 of Destiny 2 is the first to fully support cross-play, and Guardians will need to begin by selecting their Bungie Name.
When Season of the Lost players check in for the first time, their name on whatever platform they log in on will become their Bungie Name for Cross Play when it launches.
Here’s an overview of everything you need to know about Bungie’s new Name system:
Beginning at 10 a.m. PDT on August 24, 2021, the display name of the first platform with which players log in to play Destiny 2 will become the player’s Bungie Name.
Non-standard letters, symbols, and platform ID numbers will be deleted and excluded.
If a name is found to be in violation of our Code of Conduct, it will be replaced with “Guardian.”
For Steam users, your Bungie Name will be your Steam profile name, not your Steam account name.
A name can have up to 26 characters, and Cyrillic characters are available in all of Destiny 2’s languages.
Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese are also supported languages.
Guardians that use the Destiny 2 Bungie Name Change will not be allowed to change their names, according to the development team.
Name changes won’t be available until a later update, so if you’re having problems now, you’ll have to wait.
Because the new system hasn’t arrived yet, it’s unknown how it will function, which means there could be fees for numerous name changes.
Another thing to keep in mind is that while Destiny 2 Crossplay is now available, it comes with some restrictions.
Unless they are on a mixed Fireteam, competitive formats keep Guardians in the same player pools.
So, if you’re playing PvP by yourself, you’ll stick with PC or console players, which eliminates the keyboard vs. controller issue.
However, if you join a Fireteam that includes a PC player, you will be able to.