Bungie’s community manager, David “Deej” Dague, denied fans’ speculations regarding #Destiny 2’s possible publication on PC before the error entry of Destiny 1’s micro transaction currency on Steam.

The uproar started when Destiny’s original #game and its virtual currency called “Silver” were seen on the list of items that players can purchase on the Steam PC store. It was labeled as Unkown App347300 on the database listing, but the game’s Silver pack has the official Destiny title and logo, Daily Express reported.

Game and Silver list error on Steam

Dague, later on, claimed that placing the Silver on Steam was an error.

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A sufficient explanation regarding the placement mistake was not disclosed instead Dague just extended his apology for the confusion. The purchasers now have options of either refunding the micro transaction currency through Valve or spending Destiny 1’s Silver on Eververse Trading Co. in-game store’s items.Bungie’s community manager has already stated that the addition of the Silver currency was a mistake. Nonetheless, many fans still consider it as a possibility of the game releasing on PC. Not only the original game but the upcoming #sequel Destiny 2 might be released on the platform or so the fans speculated.

Game Sequel not releasing on PC

These assumptions have been abruptly cut-off, though, as Dague voiced the team’s arrangement with Blizzard. According to Game Spot, the manager claimed that the team does not intend to release Destiny 2 on PC.

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On the other hand, the game sequel will be available on Blizzard Battle.net, the online service store that operates games such as World of Warcraft. Bungie also revealed the list of changes for the upcoming beta. A blog post indicated that Bungie discovered a lot of things from the players who participated on the crucible during the console beta. Regarding this, the team wanted to make ways for players to challenge other players.

The game developer aimed to produce varied experiences between the playlists, matchmaking for Quickplay and Competitive gaming that will be tuned separately. The matchmaking times will be short in length in quickplay. Meanwhile, competitive matchmaking will take longer due to the consideration of the players’ skills.

Destiny 2 may not be released on PC, but it will launch on PS4 and Xbox One with a lot of promising features [VIDEO]to look forward to. Aside from the game release, it is also important to take note of the PC beta that Bungie will be holding that will start on August 28.