Destiny 2 will get crossplay in 2021. It is not yet clear when exactly this functionality will be added and which platforms will support the merging of all players into one large group.
In an update on his website, Bungie’s game director Joe Blackburn only says that crossplay is coming next year, without giving further details. For the rest, the update will include improvements to rewards and new content that will be released with Season 13. With that season, which will be released in a few months, players will also receive ‘ddos protection’ on all consoles.
Destiny 2 can be played on PC and Stadia, but also on PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X and S. Bungie has already released a different functionality last year to break the barriers between the different platforms: it is possible to transfer accounts and thus savegames between the different platforms.
The next-gen update for Destiny 2 came out on Tuesday, with a 120fps option for Crucible mode. Crucible is a pvp multiplayer part of the game. This next-gen update brings in other improvements; for example, the game now runs in 4k at 60fps instead of 30fps on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. With the Xbox Series S it is 1080p with 60fps.