The map in which Destiny 2 beta Countdown will be played is created to support the particular game mode. They can also play Homecoming, the game's opening story mission which was already seen by fans at the recent E3 2017.
According to newly revealed info, the Farm can hold nearly 26 players at a time.
Control is the other Crucible mode players will have access to in this first Destiny 2 open beta, following the standard Domination playstyle of holding more objectives on a map, for longer, than the opposing team. Bungie, however, did not further explain as to what extent these contents can be accessed.
The new character subclasses will be playable, including Dawnblade Warlock, Sentinel Titan and Arcstrider Hunter.
And finally, Destiny 2's beta will feature the new social space, The Farm, for only one hour on July 23. Most vendors and services will be offline.
Control - The original standard for Crucible combat is back, with some impactful changes. The beta event takes place until July 21st. Character progression made during the beta will not carry over to the final game, although players can receive a special emblem for participating in the beta.
Destiny 2's beta will run from the 21st of July up until the 23rd and can only be accessed by pre-ordering the game. It is worth noting that the beta phase is only available to those who pre-ordered the game.
With Destiny 2's beta coming up shortly, Bungie showcased what you'll be trying to break in the test. The sequel arrives on consoles on September 6 and October 24 on PC.