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How to Link Blizzard and Steam Accounts for Destiny 2

By on Aug 20, 2019 at 7:50 pm. Filed in Guides under Destiny 2.

The time has come to begin the process of making the big move from Battle.Net to Steam. Get ready with this helpful guide.

The time has finally arrived for PC players on Destiny 2 to start preparing for the big move. This guide will show you how to link your Blizzard and Steam accounts for Destiny 2: Shadowkeep.

How to Link Your Blizzard and Steam Accounts

Today marks the beginning of a new chapter for Bungie and PC players in Destiny 2. Starting today August 20, 2019, PC players can link their Blizzard account to their Steam account. Guide Stash shows how to get this process started and completed.

Head to the Bungie Website

Sign In

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The first step to linking to your Steam account is to head over to the Bungie website. Make sure you are logged in to your Bungie account by clicking on “Sign in” in the top right corner. I recommend signing in with your Battle.Net account to make the process a little smoother.

Accounts and Linking

Link Battle.Net

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After signing in, select “Settings” on the profile dropdown menu. From your profile page, you will need to select “Accounts and Linking.”  Click the link button across from the Battle.Net icon. I previously linked my Battle.Net account to Bungie after the announcement of Destiny 2 for PC. Input your email address and password to complete the process.

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Linking to Steam

Steam Link

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Click on the Steam icon next to be directed to the PC Move side of Bungie to prepare your account for the move to Steam for Destiny 2: Shadowkeep. You will be asked to review your character, game content, and any Silver you may have. Once you have reviewed that the information is correct, select “Continue.”

Link Successful

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You will then be asked to sign in to your Steam account to finish the process. After signing in to Steam, you will be greeted with a message confirming you have successfully linked your Blizzard and Steam accounts. The next thing to do is to wait until October 1, 2019, rolls around for the full release of Destiny 2: Shadowkeep.

Keep in mind that Cross-Save goes live tomorrow, and Guide Stash will have a guide covering that. Destiny 2 is available to play on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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