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Xbox and Bungie Broke the Guinness World Records Title for Largest Projected Video Game Display

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As players continue to work with the Exo Stranger in harnessing the dark power of Stasis in Destiny 2: Beyond Light, we powered the dreams of one gamer and broke a Guinness World Records title for “Largest Projected Video Game Display” to celebrate the game’s recent next-gen update.

Working with Bungie and snowboarder and dreamer, Grant Giller, we powered an epic Destiny 2 gaming experience inspired by Europa – projecting the game onto a 180 x 105-ft wide screen on the side of the mountain with the skyline of the 10-mile mountain range of Colorado lit up in the background.

Giller capped off the final run of the day on his custom Destiny 2 x Xbox snowboard by exploring the new Europa destination and using the new Stasis subclass in Destiny 2 on Xbox Series X. The game session took place at an elevation of over 11,000 feet at the top of beautiful Copper Mountain in Colorado, making this one of the highest elevation projects ever produced.

Despite the extreme cold conditions, all the necessary equipment used to make this world record possible upheld throughout scattered snowstorms during shooting, experiencing zero system failures. The mountain also provided a fiber internet connection strong enough for the Xbox Series X, allowing for perfect gaming, without visual or game play delays. Check out the above video to see more on Grant’s record-breaking gaming session.

Destiny 2 supports cross-gen crossplay so your fireteam stays together, regardless of whether you play on Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S. With Smart Delivery, everything you already own in Destiny 2 will come with you to Xbox Series X|S free of charge, and with this week’s update, Xbox Series X|S players can now enjoy Destiny 2 with 60fps framerate at up to 4K resolution. For more information on Destiny 2, stay tuned to Xbox Wire and Bungie.net.


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