Having the base game be free for a limited time is certainly a good way to drum up interest, especially since the PC community is far smaller than on consoles.
In order to clarify the situation and avoid as much confusion as possible, it's important to note that the entire base game of Destiny 2 will be free for players to acquire on PC on Battle.net all the way through the aforementioned date, and fans will be able to keep it thereafter. We have confirmed that you will get to keep the base version of Destiny 2 after the 18th. It doesn't include the DLC, and obviously Activision and Bungie are crossing their fingers that gamers will pony up for the Forsaken expansion after getting their feet wet in the main campaign. The company said, "We're celebrating Destiny's first year on Blizzard Battle.net with a free digital copy of Destiny 2 on PC".
Blizzcon kicked off, unexpectantly, with some Destiny 2 news.
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Additionally, new Guardians will have the opportunity to try out Destiny 2: Forsaken's new mode "Gambit", from November 9th through 11th 2018, during the Gambit Free Weekend.
To claim Destiny 2, fire up the Battle.net app and click on the gift icon in the upper-right, as indicated above. During this period of time, Battle.net users can claim Bungie's shared-world sci-fi shooter to own. According to PC Gamer, you'll also need to activate Blizzard's SMS Protect 2-factor authentication before you can claim the game. If you aren't getting the gift notification, you can go here.