Destiny 2 is free right now on PC through Battle.net

Destiny 2 is free to keep if you claim it before November 18

Destiny 2 will be free for all Battle.net players through Nov. 18th

This isn't a demo or a free-to-play weekend - if you claim the game by November 18th, you'll own Destiny 2 for life.

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If you have Destiny 2 and none of its expansions, expect to pay almost the same amount with the past expansions costing Rs.1,660 in India ($20 in the US) while Destiny 2: Forsaken sports a Rs. 2,500 price tag ($40 in the US). The game will now be fully-playable on PC for free via Battle.net until November 18. It doesn't include the DLC, and obviously Activision and Bungie are crossing their fingers that gamers will pony up for the Forsaken expansion after getting their feet wet in the main campaign. Existing players will get an "exclusive in-game emblem".

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Players will have the opportunity to download the game once they've claimed it, however, it should be noted that new Battle.net accounts created after 19:00 BST on November 2, 2018, will be required to enable Blizzard SMS Protect before claiming their game license. You can redeem the Destiny 2 PC free download right here. "We're pleased to support Destiny 2 as the first non-Blizzard game on our platform, and we look forward to joining fellow Guardians in their fight against the Red Legion". The caveat is that you need a Battle.net account, of course, and the offer is good for anyone who does not already own the game. On that end, Bungie is also planning to hold a free trial for the PvPvE mode Gambit.

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