There is no doubt that “Destiny 2” is one of the best online multiplayer FPS video-games in present. But according to a report by GameRant, “Destiny 2” did not beat the sales of the original game. The physical sales of the game in the United States decreased by more than 50 percent in the month of September compared to the first month of the original version.

Sales will increase after the PC version launch

The statistics were unable to record the digital sales of the game. Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter claims that the “Destiny 2” sales are quite “underwhelming.” The veteran analyst had predicted that the game would have 37 percent sales better than current statistics indicate if the digital sales were counted.

“Destiny 2” is only available on fewer gaming platforms at present, and this might be one of the reasons why it has low sales. The PC version of the game will arrive on October 24, and the game’s physical and digital sales are expected to increase after the launch. The majority of PC sales are likely to be digital, so fans might not see a great increase in its physical sales next month.

Windows PC requirements

Bungie recently announced the minimum and recommended requirements for “Destiny 2” on Windows PC. Players will need more than 68GB of free space to install the game. The game can only run on Windows 7 (64-bit), Windows 8 (64-bit), and Windows 10 (64-bit) operating systems. Players should take note that the PC version of the game is not available on Steam or other digital stores.

But they can purchase it on Blizzard's or other trusted physical retailers. "Destiny 2" is not a Blizzard game, but it is the first game to be offered on Blizzard’s PC gaming platform.

Several players already hit the max level

Gamers have spent countless hours playing “Destiny 2” since it was launched last month. According to a report by Dot ESports, several players already reached the game’s max power level of 300.

The game director Luke Smith claims that the number of people who have hit the max power level is far higher than Bungie expected. However, some players are still complaining about the “Destiny 2” endgame. But it certainly appears that the developer is currently addressing the issue. The first expansion of the game is set to launch in December 2017, and hopefully, it will fix the concerns about the endgame. The developer is expected to add new weapons, gears, modes, and challenging quests on the next expansion.