Bungie has detailed some post-launch plans for Destiny 2 on PC

Saturday, 21 Oct, 2017

Aside from the main campaign, side quests, Strikes, and the Crucible, Destiny 2 PC owners can also attempt a tougher challenge by taking on the Nightfall Strike at launch.

The PC schedule is a bit more expedited compared to the console versions, but the Raid coming out one week after launch is staying the same. The expectation for some is that the new heightened hard would take even the best teams some time to overcome but, alas, a fireteam took down the Prestige Raid a bit over an hour after it went live.

A Bungie blog post says that a fix is planned for the first week of November and that Trials of the Nine is set to return on November 3. Additionally, the Guided games system will be live right away. As a reminder, there's a four-hour-long maintenance session scheduled for today, probably to do some tweaking to get the servers ready for the PC version's arrival next week. The raid will start a week after the release date, which should give ample time for them to level up a lot.

The game releases at 10 AM PST on October 24th. The clan that Bungie officially recognized as World First champions for The Leviathan Prestige Raid was caught red-handed using an exploit to finish off the final boss; now the community at large can't seem to agree about whether it should invalidate their record.

As you've probably seen by now, whether through watching others run the raid or reading our Destiny 2 guide, the raid is not easy. Completing the Challenges will reward you with an emblem and a guaranteed Raid loot drop. Clan Redeem didn't use the glitch that caused the raid to be delayed, but they did use the coil glitch to get their kill.