Destiny 2 is coming to Google Stadia in all its glory–and including all its content. A new version of the game called Destiny 2: The Collection is making its way to Google’s cloud gaming platform, and it’ll span everything that’s appeared in Destiny 2, plus more content from its next chapter.
Google made the announcement as part of its Stadia Connect livestream, which ran down a bunch of details about the new platform and the games that’ll be available on it. The new version of Destiny 2 will include all the content that’s been in the game so far– the base game, the Curse of Osiris and Warmind expansions from Year One, plus Forsaken and the annual pass content drops from Year Two.
Destiny 2: The Collection will also include Shadowkeep, the game’s next expansion coming this fall. Shadowkeep details were previously leaked, but Stadia Connect included the first official look at the expansion, which will take players back to the Destiny 1 location of the moon.
You’ll also be able to transfer your existing Destiny 2 character to Stadia from “any other platform,” according to the stream–but it included a disclaimer that said save transfers from PlayStation 4 are pending approval from Sony.
Destiny 2: The Collection is part of the Stadia Pro subscription, which will run you $9.99 per month. You can also buy games piecemeal under the Stadia Base version of the platform, which doesn’t include a subscription fee, but it won’t launch until some time in 2020.