Bungie released new information in a blog post regarding the PC version of Destiny 2, specifically regarding limitations on third-party programs. Bungie stated in order to ensure an equal playing experience Destiny 2 will resist attempts by third-party applications to insert code into the game client. Third-party applications which repeatedly attempt to insert code into the Destiny 2 PC client may potentially impact game performance. If players experience decreased performance when running certain applications alongside Destiny 2, their first step should be to ensure that any features of third-party applications which could potentially be attempting to insert code into Destiny 2 are disabled. If disabling such features does not resolve the performance impact, players may wish to try closing the third-party application. The following are not compatible: Overlays that feature “Who’s talking”, framerate and statistic provided by EVGA Precicision XOC, MSi Afterburner, and Fraps. XSplit OBS Supported hardware: Elgato AVerMedia (or dedicated streaming PC) NVIDIA Shadowplay AMD ReLive Limited Support: Window and Screen mode for OBS and XSplit Dxtory Razer Cortex Fraps Destiny 2 launches on September 6th for Xbox One and PS4. The PC version launches on October 24th.