“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,” an Xbox news release reads. “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.”
This mountainside gameplay session took place after Giller spent his day snowboarding on Colorado’s Copper Mountain with a custom Destiny 2 x Xbox snowboard and matching sweater, as you can see below.
Giller was able to play Beyond Light with a 60 fps frame rate and 4K resolution (although the dimensions of a mountain-sized screen might have changed how that worked) thanks to the game’s recent next-gen update, which is now available on Xbox Series X, Series S, and PlayStation 5.You can read our thoughts on the latest Destiny 2 expansion in our Destiny 2: Beyond Light review. For any questions you might have about the expansion, be sure to check out the official IGN Destiny 2: Beyond Light wiki guide, which includes a campaign walkthrough, a breakdown of the older exotics in the game, and a hub with everything you need to know about the Season of the Hunt.
Wesley LeBlanc is a freelance news writer and guide maker for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @LeBlancWes.