Destiny 2’s new cross-play function launched somewhat early accidentally in Season of the Splicer, however now it’s getting an honest-to-god beta for gamers to take part in. Starting Tuesday, Destiny 2 gamers on Stadia, PlayStation, Xbox, and Windows can all dive in and play collectively. Bungie announced some key limits with this method, in addition to a reward.

Starting May 25 and working by way of May 27, gamers can bounce into a brand new Vanguard Strike playlist, which can match them with gamers on totally different platforms. Guardians who full three Strikes on this particular playlist will earn the brand new Stars Crossed emblem. All gamers are eligible to beta take a look at.

Destiny 2 cross-play emblem

The Stars Crossed emblem is simply accessible for cross-play beta testers
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Unlike earlier this season, the cross-play beta right here solely applies to the Strike playlist, and gamers received’t have the ability to invite their pals. Bungie remains to be gunning for a season 15 launch date for the total cross-play function; season 15 is ready to be launched this August.

Players ought to count on extra matchmade betas for actions just like the Crucible to seem over the subsequent few months.