Cross-save could finally be coming to Destiny 2 if the latest leak is to be believed. Why? Because Destiny 2 dataminers have uncovered a new in-game banner that says, "cross-save."
Currently, players cannot transfer their save files from Destiny 2 across different platforms. So, if you started Destiny 2 on the Xbox One and want to play on PC, you'll have to start all over again. This has made cross-save a heavily requested feature from the Destiny community, and Bungie might finally deliver. Kind of.
It looks like "Cross Saving" will be announced tomorrow for Destiny 2 pic.twitter.com/m2fgwtkzc7— Ginsor (@GinsorKR) June 5, 2019
According to a new report by Kotaku, Destiny 2 will indeed support cross-save for Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia, which Destiny 2 will be announced for during tomorrow's Google livestream. The one notable absence is PlayStation 4, which sources say is not confirmed for cross-save.
That doesn't necessarily mean cross-save won't come to Destiny 2 on PS4, but it's not a guarantee either. Bungie and Sony had an exclusive relationship with Destiny 2 where special content was released early on PS4. This could be a factor in why cross-save might not potentially come to Destiny 2 on the PlayStation 4.
Bungie's livestream will be tomorrow at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. Bungie is expected to reveal its next expansion Shadowkeep, which was also datamined earlier this week. In addition, we will likely get more details about cross-save, and hopefully confirm which platforms will be eligible for the service.