Destiny 2: The Collection was recently rated for PC and consoles, leading fans to believe something like that would be released there as well. Despite this bundle being exclusive to Stadia, Destiny 2 players on other platforms are at no disadvantage.
Stadia's launch may have been slightly rockier than an unbeaten mountain path but it has one thing that caught people's attention - Destiny 2: The Collection. This is basically the complete collection of everything Destiny 2 has to offer so far, including:
- All year one content and add-ons
- Forsaken and its DLC
- Shadowkeep and the first Season Pass
Recently, Bungie started getting PEGI ratings for The Collection on platforms other than Stadia, leading fans to believe this version is on its way to their platforms as well.
However, this is not the case as Bungie confirmed to Games Radar that they have no plans of bringing The Collection to PC, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One anytime soon.
While exclusivity is overall not a good thing in gaming space, for the players at least, this is not exactly the case with The Collection. The only difference players on platforms other than Stadia experience is the way they purchase the content.
All the year one content and add-ons are already free via New Light while Forsaken and Shadowkeep can be purchased separately for the total price of a regular AAA game. Keep in mind that Black Friday is just around the corner if you are looking to buy this content.
Furthermore, the first Season Pass is included with Shadowkeep purchase and even if you purchased the Pass before Shadowkeep, Bungie will compensate you by unlocking the next Season Pass at no extra cost. There is currently no info on what it includes as the new season is yet to be detailed.