Research Firm Super Data has projected that Destiny 2 is expected to sell between 4 to 5 million digital units across the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. They estimate that majority of the digital sales will be on PC, putting it at 3 million. This shouldn’t be surprising since PC version is usually dominated by digital sales and majority of Destiny 2 sales are expected from Retail on consoles.
Destiny 2 is a sequel that has been long demanded by fans after the original Destiny received expansions for atleast 2 years. This sequel is in development under the director of Destiny: The Taken King expansion, Luke Smith. It features a completely new hub, several new locations and a proper story mode. You can check out the projections shared by SuperData for Destiny 2 below.
In developing their forecast, SuperData evaluated the performance of Destiny 1 on both console and PC and how it compared to other AAA titles that launched during the same time period. The forecast also takes into account the expected early September launch date of the title, the impact of a Battlenet release on PC and macro-level digital download trends.
Destiny 2 is set to launch on PS4 and Xbox One on September 6th while the PC version will launch on October 24th. The PC version of the game will support 4K and run at 60 fps while the console version are locked to 30 fps.