The "Destiny 2" PC beta is just around the corner. Activision's upcoming online-only multiplayer FPS (first-person shooter) will boast up to 4K resolution and uncapped fps (frames-per-second). Switching from gamepad to mouse-and-keyboard is without an iota of doubt a massive adjustment, but it is worth it.

According to Forbes' contributor Erik Kain, it takes some time to determine where everything is arranged on the keyboard. On the bright side, you eventually end up getting the hang of using the mouse with precision, and this is simply beyond compare, Kain added.

PC open beta trailer

PC players have had to wait with bated breath for Destiny 2's beta relatively longer than those on consoles, but it was completely worth it since they'll be able to delve into the most stunning version on any platform. Activision released a new 4K trailer that shows "Destiny 2" is highly likely to take PC gaming realm by storm.

The aforesaid trailer runs at 4K and 60 frames-per-second; however, it’s worth noting that you'll need a 4K display to catch the drift of the recently rolled out trailer. The PC version of "Destiny 2" will enable players to surpass 60 frames-per-second provided they have the essential hardware.

Aside from that, PC players can fully customize graphics settings along with mouse and keyboard controls.

The game will be supporting 21:9 monitor aspect ratios.

Nvidia recently came out with a summation of the beta system requirements, which were originally revealed back in July this year:

An AMD FX-4350 or Intel Core i3-3250 equipped with a GeForce GTX 660/1050 and minimum 6GB RAM, or a Ryzen R5 1600X or Core i5-2400 backed by 8GB RAM and a GTX 970/106 at the prescribed level.

According to the popular chip maker, you'll need something more similar to a GTX 1080Ti if you want to rock the game at 4K.

When is it arriving?

PC gamers will soon be able to check out exactly how well "Destiny 2" runs on their computers. The closed PC beta starts on August 28 for pre-order customers. Meanwhile, the open beta kicks off on August 29 and concludes on August 31.

According to Gamespot, it will comprise a few changes and enhancements over the console beta but will boast same basic content that encompasses a story mission, a Strike as well as restricted access to the Crucible.

The full game is scheduled to release on PC on October 24 and on September 6 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game will operate via Blizzard (FKA

The beta will include the Inverted Spire strike, the Homecoming campaign mission along with a couple of modes/maps in PvP (player versus player) Crucible mode, including the newfangled Javelin-4 map.