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Now that Destiny has officially shifted into year two, Guardians will start to notice additional changes being made to long-running events. Both the Iron Banner and Trials of Osiris are set to return this month and, according to Bungie, players can expect quite a few tweaks being made to the familiar competitions.
There's a new glitch that has a lot of Destiny players trying to cash in fast and hard on a new item that the exotic items dealer Xur has been selling called the Three of Coins. It's an item that opens the doorway to earning very rare weapons and armor that were added with The Taken King expansion.
Destiny's top players have once again proven that they're equal to any challenge the game can throw at them. A group of gamers beat the new King's Fall raid, part of new expansion The Taken King, just hours after its launch.
In case you havenít noticed from all of the news posts lately, tomorrow is a pretty big day for Destiny players as Bungie finally unleashes The Taken King. To lighten the mood a bit, PlayStation Japan has launched a new live-action trailer that features a very dedicated player who really wants his friends to play Destiny with him.
Bungie decided to introduce a unique new way to promote the upcoming launch of The Taken King expansion for their first-person shooter Destiny, and that's by putting the player character front and center in the newest trailer.
Destiny's first major expansion, The Taken King, is set to arrive this Tuesday, Sept. 15, and it promises to offer the toughest fight Guardians have come up against thus far. To celebrate, a new live action trailer has gone live that introduces a particularly brave Fireteam to the alien deity, Oryx.
Destiny patch 2.0 is officially here and, with it, the team at Bungie has given the popular first-person shooter quite an overhaul. Some changes have turned out to be a welcome improvement while others are a bit of a disappointment. On the whole, though, it looks like 2.0 is paving the way to an even brighter future for Destiny.
The long awaited patch for Destiny leading into the official year two content headlined by The Taken King has gone live. The patch brings the much discussed nerf for both Thorn and the Gjallarhorn, as well as a complete overhaul of some of the perks and a pre-launch level cap increase for all players.
Co-founder of Bungie and famed composer for Bungie's Halo games and Destiny, Marty O'Donnell, managed to win his lawsuit against Bungie. He was awarded a fairly large sum of money and some of the company's shares he was owed as a long-time founder and employee.
It's not fun to get completely annihilated in a Crucible match in Destiny. To make defeats a little less crushing, Bungie is instituting a "Mercy Rule" for certain competitive multiplayer modes.
We already knew that Destiny was planned to have a 10-year life cycle but, thanks to some documents from a recent legal dispute involving the developer, Bungie, we might have a better idea of what type of launch calendar is planned for the years ahead. In short: It looks like there are three more major releases planned to follow The Taken King.
A fan of Destinyís Crucible but not sure if you want to drop another $40 on the latest expansion, The Taken King? Well, Bungie has decided to give you a gander at whatís to come in the form of a free week of online play boasting new maps and modes.
Bungie released the launch trailer for The Taken King and it's chock full of action, a few domineering glimpses of the King himself and it's all stitched together with some awesome Led Zeppelin music.
Not that youíll be lacking for other things to occupy your time when Destinyís next expansion, The Taken King, launches in a couple of weeks, but it looks like said content will not initially include the gameís newest Raid.
Bungie is already rolling out steps and tips for players as they prep for the massive The Taken King expansion that will mark year two for Destiny. Dubbed patch 2.0, there are tons of new features being added to the game and it will take up a massive 18GB.