Destiny 2 cross-save guide: how to link accounts, cross-progress on PC, PlayStation and Xbox

Cross-save has been one of Destiny 2’s most beloved features ever since it was added in the Shadowkeep perspective. Here’s everything you need to know about the system, including how to link your accounts, which platforms are supported, and more.

As any veteran Guardian well knows at this point in the Destiny franchise’s lifecycle, Bungie’s looter shooter provides a major incentive that keeps players coming back season after season: the quest for powerful (and good-looking) gear.

But with literally thousands of items in the game (guns, armor, ships, sparrows, emotes, ghost shells – you get the idea), managing your inventory can become a chore, and if you maintain multiple characters on more from a platform, it becomes an almost impossible task.

Thankfully, after years of players begging for the feature to be added, Bungie has finally introduced cross-save to Destiny 2. Here’s everything you need to know about setting up the feature correctly, what platforms your progress continues on , and more.

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Here’s everything you need to know about cross-save in Destiny 2.

How does cross-save work in Destiny?

Cross-save in Destiny 2 works exactly like this: you can link all the platforms you play on to your Bungie.net account, then choose a set of Guardians whose progress and gear will carry over to all systems: PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One/Series X|S, Steam and Stadia.

There are a few important considerations to take into account: you cannot merge characters or gear from different platforms, or transfer purchased expansions and money between systems. For a full breakdown of the stipulations involved, see Bungie Cross-Save FAQ page.

Another important thing to note is that while you can disable cross-save if you’re in doubt after enabling the feature, you won’t be able to re-enable cross-progress for 3 months, so it’s not a choice to be made. the slight.

To use cross save in Destiny 2 you will need to create a Bungie.net account, and make sure all your login details for each platform you plan to link are ready and available. Once you have all of this handy, you’ll be ready to enable cross-save on your account.

Destiny 2 Witch Queen Guardians
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You can only take one set of Guardians with you on all platforms, so choose wisely.

How to Set Up Cross-Save in Destiny 2: PC, Xbox, PlayStation, Stadia

Once you’re ready to start cross-backup, follow these steps to set up the feature:

  1. Log in to your account on Bungie.net
  2. Select the ‘Cross Save’ option from the account menu
  3. Link any new platforms not already associated with your Bungie.net account (you will need login information for each of these platforms to do this)
  4. Authenticate any existing platforms that were previously linked (you will also need to re-enter your login credentials for these systems)
  5. Select the platform/characters whose progress you want to track on all other systems and confirm your selection one last time
    • To note: you cannot merge sets of characters from different platforms, so be sure to choose the trio of Guardians you plan to use for all future content

Once you have reviewed your cross-save settings and finalized the configuration, you will receive a “Cross-save enabled” message, confirming that the process was successful. You can now log into any linked platform and see your chosen set of Guardians ready and ready for action.

Destiny 2 Cross Save success message
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Once cross-save is set up correctly, your chosen characters will be shared across all platforms.

Does Destiny 2 support crossplay?

With cross-save available on all platforms supporting Destiny 2, you might be wondering whether or not you can team up with your fellow Guardians who prefer to play on different systems.

The short answer is yes! Players can team up with Guardians on PC, Stadia, Xbox, and PlayStation.

However, there are a few key things to consider about how it works, so we’d recommend checking out our complete Destiny 2 crossplay guide for everything you need.


And there you have it, that’s all you need to know about cross-save in Destiny 2 and how to make it work. Be sure to check out more of our Destiny 2 content to make sure you’re ready for The Witch Queen.

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