Blizzard Entertainment’s Blizzcon is in full effect right now, and they some awesome news pertaining to one particular game.

Kotaku reported that Bungie’s Destiny 2 is free to play until November 18th in the Blizzard Battle Net. This is to celebrate the game’s one year anniversary on PC. This, however, does only apply to players who haven’t downloaded the game yet. If you have downloaded the game, then you will be getting a unique emblem instead. And once you download the game, you’ll still be able to own and play it after November 18th.

This free to play on PC period comes after Bungie made the game free for PS Plus subscribers back in September. And this also comes after Bungie announced last month that the year one DLC’s-Curse Of Osiris and Warmind– would be included for free with September’s Forsaken expansion, which retails for $40.

The move by Bungie also comes when the game lost players after the Forsaken expansion was released.  And since the barrier for the PC users is lifted currently, this is a great chance for Bungie to get new players for the game. And to also get more people exposed into the lure of the game.