Destiny 2 fans were looking forward to supporting the cross games and arrived a few months before the show.
Video games Reports suggest that the arrival of cross-game support is actually a technical coincidence. In order to deactivate the activity this weekend, Cosmo, the bank’s chief social manager, asked players to participate on Twitter on Wednesday.
“We see reports showing that some players are able to watch cross-games,” Cosmo said. “It does not want to be live yet, not full experience. We will implement a solution to remove public access this weekend, but in the meantime share.”
We see reports that some players can watch the cross play.
It doesn’t want to be simple yet, it’s not a complete experience. We will implement the solution to remove public access this weekend, but in the meantime do not hesitate to share. https://t.co/CKOfg1Fpq6
– Cosmo (cozmo23) May 12, 2021
Splinter’s Destiny 2 season also began this week, and data miners are quick to discover evidence of the future beta crossover potential of Destiny 2, reports say, pointing to a new logo for rival Vanguard strikes. Eurocomer.
Destiny 2 assistant director Joe Blackburn said in February last year that Bungee plans to release a crossover play this fall.
Check out the Splitzer trailer for Destiny 2 season to cross the battle line to see all the new weapons and cosmetics now available.
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