Topic #1: TWAB

Destiny 2 PC
Beta Dates Early Access: August 28
Open Beta: August 29
Beta Ends: August 31

Minimum Requirements

Recommended Spec
Intel – Core i5-2400
AMD – Ryzen R5 1600X

Nvidia – GeForce GTX 970
AMD – Radeon R9 390


Minimum Spec
Intel – Core i3-3250
AMD – FX-4350

Nvidia – GeForce GTX 660 2GB
AMD – Radeon HD 7850 2GB


If you’re upgrading, here is hardware that’s available today and runs the game well:

CPU – Intel Core i5-7400
GPU – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB

CPU – Intel Pentium G4560
GPU – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 2GB

Bungie’s Event Machine
CPU – Intel i7-7700k
GPU – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080Ti 11GB

These are the specs for the Beta. They could change before launch on October 24. It all depends on how things play out.

Last Trials Of Osiris for the Age of Triumph Book is this weekend.

Last Iron Banner for Destiny 1 is August 1st.

Topic #2: Preorder Nightmare

Coldheart Exotic Pre-Order
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Mid Break

Topic #3: Destiny Beta Talk

Topic #4: Messages From The Reef

RazzyMagoo – Grenades sucked. Abilities sucked. What can Bungo do to make them usable; still balanced and not spammable.

Richard Jenkins – Do you believe that some or all weapon drops will be locked into a specific class?

Do you believe we can jump straight into the Crucible in D on launch or will it be like Destiny 1?


Jorge Veguilla

Born in the 80's, given a NES and Gameboy at a young age, Jorge grew up in gaming and experienced gaming in many cultures due to moving around the world. Now in New Jersey, an older Jorge continues his journey in gaming. Adobo included.

David Schnoes

Been gaming since birth and he\'s not gonna stop now. Call of Duty was the first shooter that pulled him in and his love for shooters has developed into a love of Destiny. He\'s now a Guardian, proud to protect the traveler and slay my foes in Crucible.

Jordan Kahlenberg

A former professional cyclist, gaming has always been Jordan\\\'s preferred method of stress-relief. Traditionally an action RPG\\\'er, he has recently been ensnared in the modern MMO/RPG/FPS genre, and talks about it as a host of In Orbit.

John Waldraff

I\'m not going to lie, film is what I love. I can talk about it all day. I also appreciate art, and that\'s where I see games. I\'m no authority on the history of gaming, but I certainly have appreciated a good story and fantastic gameplay. I love how a good game brings friends together. I represent the casual player, and during my podcasts don\'t be surprised when games become a movie discussion.

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