To help ensure that every player will have a fair shot at fun and glory in Destiny 2 on PC, we resist attempts by third-party applications to insert code into the game client.
"With the PC beta still to come, the Destiny 2 console beta had more players than the first Destiny beta and pre-order levels are now above the first Destiny at this same point in time prelaunch", he continued.
In regards to gameplay capture software, methods such as Elgato, AVerMedia, and dedicated streaming PCs will be supported in full screen mode, in addition to NVIDIA Shadowplay and AMD ReLive.
Destiny 2 beta (private and open) is scheduled to give live on PC later this month. The devs explain that using the windowed capture modes of those app will be permitted, though. Those programs can still be used to stream, but only if Windowed Mode (including Borderless Fullsceen) is used.
"Other recording applications, such as Dxtory, Razer Cortex, Fraps have similar restrictions to those outlined above", Bungie notes. The content that the PC players will have for Destiny 2 has also been revealed and it is going to be quite the experience. Notification features may still be provided through the third-party application.
This is explicitly because Bungie doesn't want third-party interference in the games.
Bungie also says that certain overlay features such as "Who's talking" and framerate data are also not supported by Destiny 2.
Activision has high expectations for the upcoming Destiny 2, and based on early signs, it seems that the sequel will likely outperform its predecessor.
Overlays that display frame rates, as well as other performance statistics from programs such as EVGA Precision XOC, MSI Afterburner, and Fraps, will not be compatible at all.