Destination 2Of The free “Next-Gen” upgrade is now available, Allowing game owners on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One to play the game with greater fidelity on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X. The PS5’s clunky interface, Downloading the upgrade on Sony’s new console is very complicated and annoying.
Because Destination 2 Part of Microsoft Smart delivery Program, everything works now – if you are on the Xbox Series X or Series S, your console will automatically download the update. (If you have already installed the Xbox One version and are playing through backward compatibility, your console will download the upgrade as a patch, although it will re-download the entire game in a 67GB file.)
On the Sony side, things are not so easy.
If you already have a PlayStation 4 version Destination 2 Installed and the icon sits on your PS5 dashboard, You cannot press options to bring up the context menu And find the PS5 version of the game below the game version. Instead, find out Destination 2 Tile in the game library, then tap Options and select “View Game”. This will take you to the PlayStation Store page for the PS4 version Destination 2. From there, click the three-dot menu, which contains the menu PS5 | Complete | Destination 2 Or PS4 and PS5 | Complete | Destination 2. This will send you to the PlayStation Store page for an upgrade, where you will see a large download button.
However, it may not work for you! I have to search manually Destination 2 In the PlayStation Store on my PS5. For a product page called the first search result Destiny 2 PS4 ™ & PS5 – Upgrade it. After I clicked on that list, I was able to start the download.
On all new consoles, the upgrade allows people to play Destination 2 At 60 frames per second, this is, by far, only possible in the Windows PC version of the game. Destination 2 Both the PS5 and Xbox Series X run in native 4K, while the less powerful Xbox Series S continues to play at 1080p. Additionally, PVP action on the Crucible can be played at 120 fps. Other improvements include lower load times, field of view slider (previously exclusive to PC version) and cross-generation play.