Destiny's PS4 and PS3 versions will come with several pieces of exclusive content. Today, Bungie revealed exactly what PlayStation gamers will be getting when the game launches in September.
Destiny's PS4 alpha test was supposed to conclude on Sunday night. However, Bungie's decided to keep the servers running for a bit longer.
Bungie held a PS4-exclusive Destiny alpha test this weekend. This vertical slice of the game gave us a glimpse at the competitive and cooperative sides of the shared-world shooter. It left me some with big questions, though.
Destiny's alpha test is launching this afternoon on the PS4. Bungie confirmed today that the test will be larger than expected.
Another game will manage to hit 1080p on both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, this time it's Bungie's Destiny... well, according to GTTV's Geoff Keighley.
Sony opened up their E3 2014 press conference with a look at Bungie's "shared-world" shooter Destiny. Sony is partnering with Bungie to bring PS4 gamers an exclusive first look at the game as well as a special hardware bundle.
Gamers have taken any and every turn possible to share their privileged gaming experiences with the world, and Destiny's closed alpha is no exception to the rule.
Some of these information leeches have found out that there is an alpha test going on for the alpha build of Destiny. Bungie decided to come clean about what that means for everybody else.
Bungie released a new trailer for Destiny, their upcoming first-person shooter. Interestingly enough the trailer is only for the PS4, showing a clear sign of preference for a company that used to be loyal to the green brand.
Bungie has released images and details on the Shrike, one of the drivable vehicles in Destiny. The Shrike is a one-man vehicle that players can use to quickly reach their next mission.
Four of the biggest games due out in 2014 are actually games you could consider to be always-on titles. They are heavily focused on multiplayer, and even their single-player offerings are still tied to online gameplay. Do you know which games I'm talking about? Well if you do, you have to ask yourself whether or not you're okay with the direction the industry is heading in.
Bungie will be holding a closed beta for upcoming multiplayer shooter Destiny. The beta will be held in early 2014 on PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360.
Bungie's multiplatform shooter that's basically Halo meets World of Warcraft has garnered massive amounts of media attention, so much so that the game walked away as the winner of this year's GamesCom. In addition to this, the entire event saw a volcanic rise in attendance thanks to Sony and Microsoft's next-generation consoles.
In case you still haven't managed to take a peek at the Destiny gameplay footage revealed during E3 a couple of weeks back, the team over at Bungie have swept in to save the day, recreating the live demo with team member voice chat and HD footage.
Bungie has updated their website with a new set of screenshots from their first-person shooter Destiny. The shots allow you to study in detail some of the scenes from the E3 gameplay demo last week.