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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.
The Prison of Elders, Destiny's tough new post-game challenge boasting hordes of unrelenting enemies, unstoppable bosses *record scratch* and it's already been beaten on its highest setting by a trio of Guardians.
Destiny's House of Wolves expansion pack is now live. The new update brings a range of activities to the multiplayer shooter.
When a popular game leaves little room for creative gameplay, gamers find ways to make the game more entertaining. In the case of Destiny, a dance crew put together a little routine in the far corners of Venus while out on patrol.
Destiny's House of Wolves is nearly upon us, which means its time for an official launch trailer. The team at Bungie has put a little somethin'-somethin' together for you Guardians still patrolling the universe, showing off a bunch of the new content and features you can expect when the doors finally open on Tuesday, May 19.
Destiny's second expansion pack House of Wolves is scheduled to launch next week. However, a last-minute bug may throw a wrench into Bungie's plans.
For those of you who missed out on Bungie’s livestream of Destiny’s new post-game mode, Prison of Elders, we’ve got some new details to tide you over until the latest DLC’s official launch on May 19. Get ready for some team-based, horde mode action.
Destiny's big fall expansion pack seems to have received its official title. Bungie just filed a trademark for the title The Taken King.
Destiny's player-versus-player activities are going to be much more tempting soon. Bungie plans to boost the rewards for Crucible matches prior to the House of Wolves expansion's debut.
With the launch of Destiny's House of Wolves expansion only a couple of weeks away, more and more details for the update are rolling out. There's going to be a trio of new multiplayer maps for crucible showdowns, for instance, with gamers on PlayStation consoles getting an extra map to duke it out in.
One of the major end-game activities for Destiny's new expansion pack House of Wolves is the PvP event Trials of Osiris. Today Bungie revealed how these weekend Crucible competitions will work.