The last minute preparation for Destiny 2 beta is in full swing. Bungie and Activision are leaving no stone unturned to make the Destiny 2 launch a successful one. It starts on July 18 for PlayStation 4 at 10 AM PST, and on July 19 at 10 AM PST on Xbox One. The content that will be available for play in Destiny 2 beta is: Campaign, Multiplayer, Strike, New Subclasses, and New Social Space.
There is a bit of catch when it comes to the accessibility of Destiny 2 beta content, and Bungie has clarified it just ahead of the beta launch. On Twitter, Bungie clarified that in Destiny 2 beta, the Homecoming story mission is going to be available for everyone, even if you don’t have a PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live subscription. However, this is not going to be the case with The Strike and The Crucible.
Bungie has confirmed that The Strike and The Crucible in Destiny 2 beta will require PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold subscription. “In the D2 Beta, the Homecoming story mission will be open to all. The Strike and Crucible will require PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold.” tweeted Bungie.
The Strike that is available in Destiny 2 beta is called “The Inverted Spike” strike. It is set in a Vex stronghold. You will have an option to play it with 2 of your friends you bring via matchmaking.
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In the D2 Beta, the Homecoming story mission will be open to all. The Strike and Crucible will require PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold.
— Bungie (@Bungie) July 18, 2017