Destiny 2 – PC option menu – First Look

Destiny 2 - PC option menu - First Look

Destiny 2 – PC option menu – First Look

 
Destiny 2’s PC Beta has been officially released too early access users, who either won a free early beta code or pre-purchased the final game for the PC platform. 
 
Today we will have a brief look at the game’s graphical options menu, allowing interested parties to see exactly what graphical options can be enabled or disabled within the game. 
 
We can confirm that this beta version of supports HDR and is fairly easy to run with reasonable levels of graphical detail. We will be conducting further performance analysis of this title over the coming days, so expect a full report soon. 
 
Destiny 2’s Beta will officially release to the public tomorrow, with the game unlocking at 6 pm BST on Blizzard’s Battle.net service. 

  

Destiny 2 - PC option menu - First Look  

Below is a list of all available graphics options on Destiny 2’s PC beta release. The PC version also includes a VRAM usage tool to let users know how much VRAM the game is using. 

Thankfully options like Film Grain and Chromatic Aberration can be turned off in the game’s graphical options menu, with the game’s FOV being easily adjustable between 55 degrees and 105 degrees.  

 

PC Graphical Options

– FOV – 55 – 105 (85 Default)
– Graphics Quality – Low, Medium, High, Highest (Or Custom)
Anti-Aliasing – Off, FXAA, SMAA, MSAA
– Screen Space Ambient Occlusion – Off, HDAO, 3D
Texture Anisotropy – Off, 2x, 4x, 8, 16x
Texture Level – Lowest, Low, Medium, High, Highest
– Shadow Quality – Lowest, Low, Medium, High, Highest
– Depth Of Field – Lowest, Low, High, Highest
– Environmental Detail Distance – Low, Medium, High
– Character Detail Distance – Low, Medium, High
– Foliage Detail Distance – Low, Medium, High
– Foliage Shadows Distance – Medium, High, Highest
– Light Shafts – Medium, High
– Motion Blur – On/Off
– Wind Impulse – On/Off
– Render Resolution (% Scale)
– HDR (On/Off)
– Chromatic Aberration (On/Off)
– Film Grain (On/Off)

Destiny 2 - PC option menu - First Look  

All of the controls in Destiny 2 can be rebound on PC, allowing PC users to easily configure the game’s controls to their liking. Aim Smoothing is turned on within the game by default, so PC users may want to disable this option if they want more precise mouse control. 

 

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