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Xbox and Bungie beat Guinness World Records title for largest projected video game screen

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As players continue to work with the Exo Stranger to harness Stasis’ dark power in Destiny 2: Beyond the Light, we powered a gamer’s dreams and broke a Guinness World Records title for “Largest Projected Video Game Screen” to celebrate the game’s recent next-gen update.

Working with Bungie and snowboarder and dreamer Grant Giller, we have propelled an epic Destiny 2 Europa-inspired gaming experience – projecting the game onto a 180 x 105 foot wide screen on the mountainside with the skyline of the 10 mile Colorado mountain range lit up in the background.

Giller capped the last round of the day on his custom Destiny 2 x Xbox snowboarding by exploring the new destination Europa and using the new Stasis subclass in Destiny 2 on Xbox Series X. The gaming session took place at an elevation of over 11,000 feet atop the magnificent Copper Mountain in Colorado, making it one of the highest projects ever produced.

Despite the extremely cold conditions, all of the necessary equipment used to make this world record possible was maintained through scattered snowstorms during filming, without system failure. The mountain also provided a sufficiently strong fiber internet connection for the Xbox Series X, allowing for perfect gaming without visual or gaming delays. Watch the video above to learn more about Grant’s record-breaking gaming session.

Destiny 2 Supports Intergenerational Cross Play So Your Fire Team Stays Together Whether You’re Playing On Xbox One Or Xbox Series X | S. With Smart Delivery, everything you already own Destiny 2 will accompany you for free on Xbox Series X | S, and with this week’s update, Xbox Series X gamers | S can now enjoy Destiny 2 with a frame rate of 60 fps up to a resolution of 4K. For more information on Destiny 2, stay tuned to Xbox Wire and


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