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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.
Bungie has announced The Taken King, the rumored third expansion pack for Destiny. They shared a trailer and loads of details on the biggest add-on yet for the multiplayer shooter.
Not only does Destiny’s latest expansion have a possible name but, if recent rumors are to be believed, we’ve got a release date as well. Guardians may be tackling their next great adventure come Sept. 15.
Destiny's newest expansion pack, The House of Wolves, received a heck of a lot of media spotlight leading up to its release. There were all sorts of theories and leaks and rumors circulating around Bungie's next big outing for the sci-fi shooter. Well, prepare to go on that journey all over again as the latest rumors have kicked into high gear after Red Bull boxes surfaced showing that the next expansion for Destiny could be called The Taken King.
Bungie will be bringing back the Iron Banner event for Destiny this week. However, it won't be the same Iron Banner you're used to.
How does Bungie manage to pump out so much content for Destiny across four game systems? Well, they actually have a little help... from High Moon Studios. It was finally revealed recently that Destiny, the multi-million dollar brand that Activision and Bungie kicked off last year is actually more of a group effort than many people may have originally thought.
Taking a sort of “kitchen sink” approach to DLC, Bungie's latest expansion for Destiny, House of Wolves, offers a little bit more of pretty much everything the first-person shooter already has to offer. But even with a bunch of new gear, new missions and new modes, is that enough to warrant a return trip to this solar system torn by war?
While Destiny’s latest DLC dropped on May 19, the final piece of the House of Wolves puzzle did not unlock until today, May 22. It’s a weekly 3v3 competitive tournament, and it invites you and two of your buddies to fight for bragging rights in the Trials of Osiris.