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.
Dinklage has probably been one of the most critical and hotly debated issues of Destiny since it's release for sounding disinterested in his role. Well, now you can briefly hear what Nolan North sounds like as the character of Ghost.
Destiny's first year will soon draw to a close and, in celebration, Bungie has put together a collection of VIP rewards for Guardians who have been fighting the good fight. Thanks to a recently released trailer, we now know what those rewards look like, as well as how we will receive them.
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?
You know what's better than getting a free game when you buy a new console? Getting two free games, of course. That's an even better deal when you consider the fact that those extra free games are either Destiny or Far Cry 4 when you purchase a PlayStation 4.
Not everyone likes playing fair in competitive online games (or even cooperative online games). Bungie has a way of dealing with the unscrupulous folk who invade games with ill-intentions. It's not easy getting banned in Destiny but Bungie rolls out clear as day how it can happen.
Bungie is about ready to completely nerf two of the most powerful guns in Destiny. The game will see one of the strongest weapons in the game, the Gjallarhorn rocket launcher, reduced greatly in its stopping power, so it's probably best to buy it while it's still effective.
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.
Bungie recently revealed that they're going to replace Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage in Destiny. In a new video interview, they explained why they're recasting Dinklage's role.
Bungie is nerfing/downgrading two of the strongest guns in Destiny: the Thorn hand-cannon and Gjallarhorn rocket launcher. Why?
If you were off at the beach this week, we're jealous. Also, here's what you missed.
Ever since Destiny was first announced, gamers have speculated over whether the game would come to PC. A new job listing should give new life to those conversations.