Destiny 2 PC version will utilize the Blizzard’s game catalog of Global Play, where region splitting takes place. In short, the region of your account or Blizzard app will be the region you will likely to play in Destiny 2.

The Global Play is an exclusive feature available at Battle.net, it ensure centralization of connections. You will not be playing with a player of different region than yours. The application chooses your Blizzard or app’s region as default and you’re likely to see friends and clans from that same region.

You can however change the region, as at the very start of the application you are asked to select a region. However, if somehow you miss the step, you can head to Destiny 2 landing page in the Blizzard desktop application to change the region you want.

Destiny 2 PC Version Beta is out now, the players who pre-ordered the game have jumped the closed beta bandwagon prior to the players of open beta. From the looks of it, the game is pretty much balanced already and the PC version seems well optimized. The beta gives a detailed insight to graphics settings that developers talked about at E3 this year.

Destiny 2 is scheduled to launch September 6, 2017 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Destiny 2 PC Version is scheduled to launch at a later date, on October 24, 2017. Game will pack a lot of content to fight back the Cabal boss. This however does not stop there as a recent report suggest that first DLC expansion will be due out this December.