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Destiny hasn't been dominating the news quite the same way that it was last year and the year before that. However, there's always one thing that keeps a game at the top of headlines: rumors. In this case the rumor was that Destiny would be including ammo microtransactions, but Activision has shut down that rumor.
The future of Destiny remains hazy, but it sounds like we can rest assured about one major route along the road ahead: It doesn't sound like Destiny 2 is coming this year.
Bungie revealed details on the upcoming Valentine's Day event they have marked down for February 9 for their popular sci-fi shooter. The event will be called “Crimson Days” and it introduces a brand new Crucible mode in Destiny for the 2 vs 2 matches. The description of the mode leaves a lot to the imagination.
Dying Light: Enhanced Edition is ready to launch on Nov. 9, bringing with it all sorts of improvements over the core game, as well as the introduction of a new activity system called “Bounties.”
I'm not much a fan of Destiny and the gameplay oftentimes puts me to sleep, but every once in a while there is something that pops up that's actually both funny and entertaining, no matter what you think about the game itself. In this case, there's a dance routine set to the Backstreet Boys and it's great.
Bungie is celebrating the holidays with some special giveaways during Christmas leading up to and through the new year. The new content will be handed out to players as they participate in events between January 7th and through January 10th to receive an emblem, in addition to some strange coins and 15 emotes of light.
Because folks can't just play Destiny using a controller the way the good folks at Bungie intended, now we've got a guy taking down Crota with nothing but the power of his voice.
Sony hasn't been messing around with the PlayStation Experience weekend. This year's event has played host to all sorts of huge announcements and great trailer and content reveals for some of the biggest games on the market, including Bungie's Destiny. What did the shooter game receive? An announcement for a Sparrow racing league.
Bungie is keeping Destiny fresh and alive with some new challenges. The first of those challenges is a Warpriest event that will see players pushed to their limits in how they mix up their strategies to defeat him.
While Bungie has already listed the reward details for its upcoming Refer-a-Friend promotion in Destiny, some folks tend to be more visual learners. To that end, the team has put together a handy little video that shows off all of the goods you can earn by helping a new Guardian get to know the universe.
Everything old is about to become new again in Destiny as Bungie announces that a whole bunch of year-one Exotics are set to receive year-two updates in the upcoming December update.
It looks like the rewards for Destiny’s recently revealed Refer-A-Friend program may have been revealed, including all of the usual goodies we’ve come to expect from such a promotion like shaders, emotes, emblems and more.
If you manage to get a friend to play Destiny during the holiday season, it sounds like the team at Bungie is putting together something special as a way of saying thank you courtesy of a new Refer-a-Friend program.
If there’s one thing that can be said about Destiny, it’s that the game is constantly growing. From a steady stream of patches, updates and DLC, the Destiny of today is vastly different from the Destiny of a year ago. But while the team at Bungie continues to address the concerns of players, it sounds like the team does not plan to ever make one of the most-requested changes to the game.
If you’ve ever wondered why developers/publishers are plugging microtransactions into their games, this latest piece of news from the folks at Bungie might clear things up a bit: Destiny’s cosmetic items are selling like hotcakes. Or space hotcakes. Are there hotcakes in space?