November 19th will also be the final day for Stadia Pro subscribers to claim Destiny 2: The Collection. While a lot of the content that was in Destiny 2’s first expansions isn’t available anymore, you can still access things like the Forsaken single-player campaign, making it well worth your time to pick up the bundle if you have a Stadia Pro subscription.
The change brings Destiny 2 on Stadia in line with the PC and console versions of the game, which have had a free-to-play component since before the release of Shadowkeep in 2019. With the game’s cross-save feature, you’ll be able to pick up and play your characters almost anywhere minus an iPhone. We don’t know yet if this is a sign of things to come for Google and Stadia. Unlike NVIDIA, it doesn’t look like the company plans to cap the time you can spend with the free-to-play title if you’re not a paying subscriber.