Streamers planning to spotlight the PC version of Destiny 2 may have a rough time getting their usual setups working with the game.
Hardware capture through methods such as Elgato, AVerMedia, or a dedicated streaming PC is supported. This may result in incompatibility between Destiny 2 PC and the features of common third-party applications.
OBS and XSplit Screen Capture mode is supported.
PLEASE NOTE: Other recording applications, such as Dxtory, Razer Cortex, Fraps have similar restrictions to those outlined above. Namely streaming he game in Windowed mode.
Like their game capture counterparts, many overlay apps will also be incompatible with Destiny 2.
Bungie discussed that main aim of the game's PC beta in its latest community update on its website.
Hardware Monitoring Framerate and statistics overlays, such as those provided by EVGA Precision XOC, MSi Afterburner, and Fraps, are not compatible with Destiny 2. The studio wants to "test the functionality for Destiny 2 on a new platform, give PC players their first taste of Destiny 2 in action, and leave a world of surprises in store for the final version of the game". Players are to run these applications' features at their discretion while running Destiny 2.
While the increased emphasis on story is sure to excite plenty of people, Destiny 2 is, first and foremost, a multiplayer game and several of those elements will be available for testing during the beta.
Activision has high expectations for the upcoming Destiny 2, and based on early signs, it seems that the sequel will likely outperform its predecessor.