Destiny is less than a month away from launching, with the team at Bungie primed to introduce the gaming masses to a first-person shooter unlike anything the genre has ever seen before. In preparation for the big event, Gaming Blend's Katy Goodman and Ryan Winslett got back together to discuss the recent beta and what effect it had on their expectations for the final game.
A new trailer has surfaced for Bungie's first-person shooter, Destiny. The latest piece of promotional media contains textual accolades from the media praising the game for its various features. One quote even goes as far as to say that it's ďmore than a gameĒ.
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The Destiny beta has come and gone, and Iím guessing there are more than a few people out there who, like me, are still suffering from withdrawals while waiting for the Sept. 9 launch of the actual game. The majority of folks sounding off about their time with the beta seem to have had a very positive experience, but thereís always room for improvement. Here are five things Iíd like to see added to the final game.
One of Destiny's main high-level activities will be six-player raids. Bungie revealed in a new interview that these challenging adventures won't have automatic matchmaking.
Some gamers are questioning whether Destiny's as massive as they initially expected. Here's why there's so much anxiety surrounding the game.
Say goodbye to your Guardian. Destiny's beta on PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 will be wrapping up tonight.
Destiny's public beta test is wrapping up this this weekend. This extensive trial of the game has jacked up the hype for its September launch by a few notches.
Destiny's beta no longer requires you to pre-order the game. Bungie has decided to open the test up to all players on Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360 and PS3.
If you pre-ordered Destiny's Ghost Edition, keep an eye on your inbox. Some of these orders are being cancelled due to a shortage of copies.
Destiny's beta is back online. Bungie finished the maintenance earlier than expected so gamers on PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 can check out the shared-world shooter.
Marty O'Donnell is no longer working with the company that helped put his name on the map due to undisclosed reasons. All we know is that the top executives of Bungie fired O'Donnell and he's not coming back. Well, the composer filed a lawsuit and actually won a recent settlement.
I open my eyes and stare into the soft blue glow of a Ghost. At least, thatís what the flying, spinning contraption called itself; a Ghost. Truth be told, I think Iím more of a ghost than this yammering machine. I was supposed to be dead.
There have been a lot of talk about whether or not Bungie would be able to hit native 1920 x 1080p for the Xbox One with Destiny, the first-person sci-fi shooter due out this September. The beta will be relegated to 900p for the Xbox One, but Bungie wanted to prove that they can, in fact, get the game to manage at 1080p for the final release, as indicated with the footage above.