“Despite the extremely cold conditions, all the necessary equipment used to make this world record possible was maintained during scattered snowstorms during filming, without any system failure,” Xbox said. Press release bed. “The mountain also provided a sufficiently strong fiber internet connection for the Xbox Series X, allowing for flawless gaming without visual or gaming delays.”
This mountainside play session came after Giller spent his day snowboarding Copper Mountain, Colorado with a custom Destiny 2 x Xbox snowboard and a matching sweater, as you can see below.
Giller was able to play Beyond Light with a frame rate of 60 fps and 4K resolution (although the dimensions of a mountain-sized screen might have changed the way it worked) thanks to the recent next generation update, which is now available on Xbox Series X, Series S, and PlayStation 5.You can read our thoughts on the latest expansion for Destiny 2 in our Destiny 2 review: Beyond Light. For any questions you may have about the expansion, be sure to check out the official IGN Destiny 2 Wiki Guide: Beyond Light, which includes a presentation of the campaign, a breakdown of ancient exotics in-game and a hub with everything you need to know about the Hunting season.
Wesley LeBlanc is a freelance writer and guide for IGN. You can follow it on Twitter @LeBlancWes.