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With Destiny set to receive its Taken King DLC in about a month, it looks like the game's voice cast will be receiving a shakeup, too. It turns out that Peter Dinklage will be sidelined moving forward, replaced by the pipes of one Nolan North.
In Destiny’s first major expansion The Taken King, the primary battleground will be a massive ship called the Dreadnaught. And in case you simply can’t wait any longer to get a peek at the new location, the team at Bungie has released quite a few pieces of concept art to help tide you over.
Building up a character in Destiny can be a lot of work. Thankfully, all of that work will have some lasting value, as Bungie has confirmed your characters will be sticking around for the entirety of the shooter’s lifespan.
Bungie will be making some huge changes to weapon balance in an upcoming patch. Some of your favorite Exotic weapons will be weakened significantly.
Do something you’re passionate about and there’s no telling where that might take you. For one Reddit curator, being passionate about Destiny has landed them a job as a community manager at Bungie.
Destiny will continue to evolve once The Taken King expansion launches on Sept. 15, adding more to the game than just new gear, Strikes and the like. One of the big cosmetic changes will be to the way quests are handed out and managed, which comes as welcome news for folks who like to keep up with their Guardians’ progress on the fly.
Today is Bungie Day and, to mark the occasion, the developer is kicking off several Destiny-focused activities and promotions to celebrate Guardians’ first year of fighting against the darkness. One such event, Laurea Prima, will require players to pull off 10 “Moments of Triumph” to earn a special emblem.
Destiny players are in for a surprise next week. The development team is planning something special for Bungie Day on July 7th.
Destiny's script could have been very different. Bungie brought in two comedians to provide some jokes for the game but decided not to use any of them.
After gamers became incensed with them, Bungie dropped the price of the new Destiny content to a $20 upgrade pack. Well, Digital Extremes did one better by releasing brand new emotes in Warframe... for free.
Bungie and Activision are listening. That's the gist of their latest update over on the official Bungie website, where they addressed fan frustration with having to re-buy Destiny just to get a few new trinkets that were made exclusive in the Taken King Collector's Edtion.
Destiny has had a pretty turbulent first year on the market, specifically in the area of its downloadable content and the price tag attached to it. Up to this point, I’ve done my best to give the teams at Bungie and Activision the benefit of the doubt that decisions were not being driven solely by the desire to make a quick buck. With this latest DLC fiasco, though, I find myself firmly planted in the opposite corner.
This week Bungie announced a special DLC pack for Destiny that can be obtained by drinking Red Bull. Dying Light studio Techland decided to troll Bungie with a similar promotion.
Activision, Bungie and Red Bull have teamed up together for a brand new quest for the first-person shooter Destiny. The quest will open the door for gamers to earn extra XP and rewards by purchasing specially marked Red Bull energy drinks and retrieving the code from the can.
Heading by the Activision booth on the third day of E3, I had the opportunity to snag some new details for Destiny’s upcoming mega-expansion, The Taken King. Oh, and I also got to take the new Hunter sub-class for a spin in one of the new competitive modes, Rift, set within one of the new maps.