Destiny is first and foremost a multiplayer game but Bungie wants to accommodate the lone wolves out there who would rather play by themselves. They announced this week that balance changes are on the way to help these players out.
Spending a couple of hours with the new Sparrow in Destiny last night, pulling tricks and barrel rolls off of every hill I came across, I was reminded why that particular game keeps pulling me back in for more: It's just damn fun to play.
If you own the Xbox 360 or PS3, you can get your hands on a demo of Destiny. If you own the Xbox One or the PS4, you can get your hands on a limited trial of Destiny. Both have been available since November 18th, presumably as Bungie's attempt to sway people back into their good graces following the release of big games.
Destiny players who purchase the first expansion pack The Dark Below will get an exclusive item. No, it's not a gun.
Destiny's PvP event Iron Banner has returned to the online shooter. Bungie dubbed the event Iron Banner 2.0 due to all of the changes they've made since its last appearance.
Bungie rolled out Update 1.0.3 for Destiny on all platforms this morning. This patch makes many significant changes, such as adding new voice chat options.
Destiny's first expansion The Dark Below may come with a special reward. Bungie is teasing a surprise for players who opt for the DLC pack.
Communication between Destiny players is about to get much easier. Bungie announced that they're about to start the beta test for expanded voice chat.
If you try to play Destiny tomorrow, you may be greeted by an error message. Bungie plans to take the servers offline for several hours in order to perform maintenance.
Destiny's first expansion "The Dark Below" will be launching in less than a month. Bungie says that big changes are coming to the game before then, though.
Only one Destiny player in the world has the rifle Fate of All Fools. The gun was given to him by the development team this morning.
It looks like Guardians the world over can expect to continue their fight against the Darkness in Destiny for some time to come, as the team at Bungie has announced continued work on additional DLC packs following the previously announced three, as well as another “full game” in the series.
Many Destiny players may not be willing to pay money for the first expansion pack, "The Dark Below." Thankfully, the expansion will bring new content even if you don't spend a dime on it.
Destiny's first expansion pack "The Dark Below" will be coming before the end of the year, Bungie says. "Dark" will introduce new activities for every type of Destiny player.
Destiny's special Iron Banner Event will be very different when it returns. Bungie said that they're implementing some important changes thanks to players' opinions on Iron Banner's first run earlier this month.