Destiny players are putting a lot of time and effort into acquiring the new Exotic auto rifle Necrochasm. That's unfortunate because the weapon's not worth it.
One of Destiny's most annoying bugs will be addressed soon. Bungie promised the fix today in their Weekly Update and explained why it's taking so long.
One of the most played games of 2014 was Bungie's Destiny. The game is hugely popular even if some of us feel it can grow to be a bit tedious. Well, Techland decided to poke a little a fun at Destiny by having the game mimic the loot cave from Bungie's sci-fi shooter.
Destiny may have been one of the biggest selling games of 2014 but it wasn't a game that won everyone over. The title has some surefire shortcomings that manage to keep Destiny from being could be all that it could be.
Bungie has issued a new challenge to Destiny players. They can earn a special bonus for their character by defeating a select group of players in the Crucible this week.
Bungie designer Luke Smith admitted this weekend that they made mistakes with Destiny's first DLC The Dark Below. They don't plan to repeat those errors with the next DLC, though.
Friday afternoon, Jan. 16, news went out across The Last City and all regions beyond that Xur, Destiny’s mysterious weekend vendor, was selling the legendary sniper rifle known as Icebreaker. Arguably the best gun in the entire game, my mission was clear: I had to have it.
Destiny players didn't have much trouble with the hard mode for Crota's End. The first Fireteam to clear the raid managed to do so in just under 30 minutes.
Destiny players will have a new challenge to tackle today. Bungie plans to implement the hard mode for 6-player raid Crota's End.
The Auto-punchbro... that's the name of the latest gimmick to “cheat” through Destiny. It's not really a cheat in the traditional sense; there are no codes to input, no rocks to manipulate, no lights to glitch. Instead, Auto-punchbro is exactly what it sounds like: a bot that auto-punches and periodically shoots.
Destiny players will be able to find new five weapons in the shared-world shooter in a few days. From the look of their stats, you're going to want them for your collection.
Finding Destiny to be too easy? Tired of waltzing through the game’s supposedly top tier content as if it’s a walk in the park, laying waste to enemies before they ever have a chance to touch you? Well, Guardian, you’re in luck! It looks like Bungie has heard your cry for an even greater challenge, and will be answering back next week with a new “Hard Mode” being plugged into the latest raid, Crota’s End.
Previously, there was an exploit in Destiny's Crota's End raid that allowed people to cheat using a little tug on the network cable. Bungie fixed the exploit. Well now there's a new exploit that has people clamoring to exploit the raid like no tomorrow.
Destiny's first patch in 2015 was released this morning on all consoles. The update paves the way for the return of Iron Banner while also fixing some major issues in the Crota's End raid.