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It seems no major AAA title is safe from leaks of extremely important information. Recently, leaked information has indicated more details on Titanfall 2, including a possible release date.
According to a leaked poster displaying art for the next Destiny expansion, players will soon experience the Rise of Iron in Bungie’s mega-hit first-person shooter. And look! There are wolves!
If you were looking forward to playing the next Trials Of Osiris this weekend in Destiny, well you’re out of luck. Because this weekend’s Trials Of Osiris has been cancelled. But Bungie has a good reason for cancelling the event.
Bungie will be fixing some annoying bugs in Destiny that have been persistent in the game for a long while. They have a two step approach to killing the bugs, one of which is a really annoying melee attack that doesn't actually connect the fist to the head the way it's supposed to.
It looks like Bungie and Sony are still BFFs, as folks playing Destiny on PlayStation consoles will once again see some exclusive content when the game's upcoming update goes live.
Speculation about Destiny 2 has been running rampant after gamers slowly started losing interest in the current game. While some within the community had hoped that Destiny 2 would be released this year, it appears as if it may not arrive until 2017.
Destiny hasn't been dominating the news quite the same way that it was last year and the year before that. However, there's always one thing that keeps a game at the top of headlines: rumors. In this case the rumor was that Destiny would be including ammo microtransactions, but Activision has shut down that rumor.
The future of Destiny remains hazy, but it sounds like we can rest assured about one major route along the road ahead: It doesn't sound like Destiny 2 is coming this year.
Bungie revealed details on the upcoming Valentine's Day event they have marked down for February 9 for their popular sci-fi shooter. The event will be called “Crimson Days” and it introduces a brand new Crucible mode in Destiny for the 2 vs 2 matches. The description of the mode leaves a lot to the imagination.
I'm not much a fan of Destiny and the gameplay oftentimes puts me to sleep, but every once in a while there is something that pops up that's actually both funny and entertaining, no matter what you think about the game itself. In this case, there's a dance routine set to the Backstreet Boys and it's great.
Bungie is celebrating the holidays with some special giveaways during Christmas leading up to and through the new year. The new content will be handed out to players as they participate in events between January 7th and through January 10th to receive an emblem, in addition to some strange coins and 15 emotes of light.
Bungie is making some big changes to the way we play Destiny, showing off new quest structures, currency, exotic gear, vendor abilities, menu systems and more with the first in a series of livestreams leading up to the Sept. 15 launch of The Taken King.
Despite all of the news posts, tweets and Facebook updates that ignited the internet last Friday morning, I still felt like some sort of cosmic joke was being played on me. Could Xur really be selling Gjallarhorn, arguably Destiny's rarest and most powerful gun? And if so, how would this unexpected boon affect the game itself?
Destiny's first major expansion, The Taken King, is set to launch on Sept. 15, meaning Guardians from all over the world have exactly one month to prepare for the next big chapter in Bungie's FPS epic. The good news? That's plenty of time to get in some last-minute preparation before heading into the great unknown.
In case you’re the type of Guardian who likes to know a bit more about your foe before unloading a bunch of rounds from Thorn into his face, Bungie has you covered with a pair of new Destiny trailers that give some fresh insight into your new enemy in the upcoming The Taken King Expansion, as well as the folks who will be gunning to take him down.