"We remain committed to creating a positive and fair in-game experience in all of our products, and believe that this is a necessary measure in bringing you a great gaming experience in Destiny 2 on PC".
The two Destiny 2 multiplayer playlists showed no difference during the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One betas in July beyond the different maps and modes offered.
Other multiplayer changes made to Destiny 2 for the PC beta include an increase in the score required to win a match in Control.
"The release of the highly anticipated "#Destiny 2" from Bungie fast approaching, and now is the season to participate in the game's #Beta.
"As a part of our security efforts, we have designed Destiny 2 for PC to resist all attempts from external applications to insert code into the game client". The beta will then open to everyone on Tuesday, August 29, and run through Thursday, August 31.
What's in the Destiny 2 PC Beta?
Destiny 2 will squash a number of bugs and glitches as well as make some changes to the game's weapons and abilities for the PC beta debuting later this month.
Moving on, Bungie's fixed the Warlock glide glitch ("this bug was awesome.so awesome it hurt us a little bit to kill it"), and the infinite grenades glitch.
The time it takes to charge up Super Abilities has been reduced, as Bungie admitted that was an issue in the console beta.
The Warlock Glide Glitch has also been addressed by Bungie, nearly regrettably.
Grenade cooldowns are still the same length, but Bungie has increased the damage that grenades can deal out. Heavy ammo can also be directly farmed from all Yellow Bar Combatants.
Bungie recently revealed the Destiny 2 PC requirements, which are divided into "minimum" and "recommended" categories. That will change with the PC beta at the end of August as the developers announced plans to implement different matchmaking rules for the shooter just days ahead of its console launch.
Bungie will update both Quickplay and Competitive in the Destiny 2 PC Beta, according to Crucible Design Lead Lars Bakken. This could prove crucial to the success of Destiny 2 on PC.
Whereas the Tower was the social space available in the original Destiny, Bungie have unveiled the Farm for Destiny 2, where players will be able to take part in soccer games in a huge pitch with a enormous ball.