[b]Getting Prepared for Destiny 2 on PC[/b] Destiny 2 will be available to players on Windows PC through our partners at [url=http://blizzard.com/]Blizzard Entertainment[/url]. Following this guide will ensure that PC players will be ready for the Destiny 2 PC Beta and the Destiny 2 full retail product, when they are available. [b]Step 1: Create a Blizzard Account[/b] [quote] In preparation for Destiny 2, it is encouraged that all players who wish to play on PC start by creating their Blizzard account. • [b]Players new to the Blizzard platform[/b] can create a Blizzard account by clicking [url=https://battle.net/account/creation/]this link[/url]. • [b]Returning Blizzard players[/b] can log in to their existing Blizzard account by clicking [url=https://battle.net/login/]this link[/url]. • [b]Players who encounter an issue with their Blizzard account[/b] can find support by clicking [url=https://battle.net/support/games/services/316]this link[/url]. • [b]Once players have access to their Blizzard account[/b], they should [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Article/12130]link to an existing Bungie.net profile[/url] or [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/User/Register]create a new one[/url]. [b][u]PLEASE NOTE[/u]:[/b] Linking a Blizzard account authentication method on Bungie.net allows players to log in to their existing Bungie.net account with their Blizzard credentials. Players who do not yet have a Bungie.net account may choose to create one using their Blizzard account. Listed below are helpful links for players looking to link their Blizzard account to Bungie.net. • [b]Players with an existing Bungie.net profile[/b] may link their Blizzard account by following the instructions outlined [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Article/12130]here[/url]. • [b]Players who do not have a Bungie.net profile[/b] may create one [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/User/Register]here[/url]. For more information on Bungie.net accounts, players should see the following articles: • [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Article/12130]LINKING AND UNLINKING DESTINY ACCOUNTS TO A BUNGIE.NET PROFILE[/url] • [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Article/12395]I CANNOT POST IN THE #DESTINY AND #FEEDBACK FORUMS.[/url] [/quote] [b]Step 2: Download and Install the Blizzard app[/b] [quote] Once players have created their Blizzard account and logged in, they must next [url=https://battle.net/support/article/25949]download and install the Blizzard app[/url]. The Blizzard app is required to play Destiny 2 on PC. • Players can download the Blizzard app by following [url=https://battle.net/account/download/index.xml?show=bnetapp]this link[/url]. • Scroll down to the Blizzard app client download. • Verify that region is correct. • Click the Windows icon on the right side of the page. • Locate and run the downloaded executable file. • Follow on-screen prompts to finish installation. • Log in on the Blizzard app. [/quote] [b]Step 3: Purchase Destiny 2 for PC[/b] [quote] Purchase is required for access to the Destiny 2 PC Beta and Destiny 2 full retail product, when they are available. The following options are available to players who wish to purchase Destiny 2 for PC. • Visit the [b]Destiny 2 product page in the Blizzard shop[/b] by following [url=https://battle.net/shop/product/destiny2]this link[/url]. • See the official Destiny The Game website for additional purchasing options by following [url=https://www.destinythegame.com/buy]this link[/url]. [/quote] [b]Step 4: Stay tuned to Bungie.net[/b] [quote] Once players have followed the above instructions, they should stay tuned to Bungie.net for new information as it becomes available. • Players who follow us on Twitter at [url=https://twitter.com/BungieHelp]@BungieHelp[/url] can opt in to be notified of emerging issues as they are announced. [/quote]
Am I the only one who's been getting Marionberry all the time? What's weird is that my ps4 runs fine back in beta a few weeks ago but I can't seem to get my pc copy working. Already tried switch back and forth between wireless and ethernet connection, and just in case I also put my internet on DMZ hoping it might be due to port forwarding but to no avail.