Destiny 2 on PC seems to be a rather impressive thing indeed.
While a whole performance test wasn't conducted on the PC version due to updated drivers being unavailable when the video was made, it will still give you an idea of how pleasing the game looks on PC. Full information on which third-party apps are and are not compatible with Destiny 2's PC version can be found on the Bungie website.
Destiny 2's PC launch hit a rough spot earlier this week when numerous players took to the web to declare that they had been banned from the game unjustly. They also gave a number for the amount of bans that they have given to users so far and it now stands at 400 users. In a blog post today, developer Bungie addressed these bans, saying that it had only actually banned 400 players and that nobody would be banned for using those programs.
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That page explains that "there are NO options to dispute or overturn account restrictions or bans", although the widespread nature of this issue would suggest it's a bug of some kind. It was rumored that some of the users that were banned used these applications when playing Destiny 2 which sparked an outrage among the community since numerous common applications that are used by PC players appear to be restricted here. This comes counter to what Bungie's community manager Cozmo said about third-party applications not resulting in a ban.
The PC's tangible visual advantage and the ability to tweak the game for virtually any monitor setup that makes Destiny 2 standout.