One Destiny player from out of South Africa, currently residing in London, England, has gone and done something that will likely be the envy of a lot of gamers for a long time to come. He made a real-life, 3D printed rendition of Destiny's Hand Cannon.
Destiny's free Christmas gifts are finally arriving in players' mailboxes. These presents might be more useful than you think.
Destiny players will be receiving a free gift from Bungie this week. The studio says it's Legendary, too.
It looks like 2015 could be a busy year for Destiny players, if a recent leaked photo of a content planning meeting turns out to be true. Assuming that’s the case, the upcoming Dark Below DLC pack could be followed by a massive update in September, followed by another pair of smaller DLC packs.
Destiny players weren't able to log into the game on Christmas Day. However, one of these players still managed to score some impressive loot on that day thanks to his creative fiancee.
The Xbox Live and PSN downtime has made Destiny unplayable for millions. In response, Bungie decided to make an important change to the game.
Bungie hoped to give out Christmas gifts to Destiny players. That didn't happen on Thursday but don't lose hope.
Despite some massive budgets for a few of these titles, it didn't stop the games from tripping and falling on their face once they hit the market – this is despite the fact that just about every game on this list sold quite well. So here are the major games that failed to properly meet player expectations and disappoint greatly in 2014.
So it looks like Destiny’s greatest challenge isn’t all that challenging after all, as a dude managed to breeze through the game’s top-tier content, the Crota’s End raid, all by his lonesome.
Paul McCartney was recently on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He spends some time making jokes about the “thunderous applause” from the audience as well as the music career, but it doesn't take long to explain his involvement with the game Destiny and why he doesn't play video games.
Shortly after the latest expansion released for Bungie's sci-fi, first-person, multiplayer shooter, someone actually managed to hit the top level... level 32. Not only did they manage to reach level 32 in record time but the feat has managed to stun the gaming world.
Destiny's player-versus-player event Iron Banner has returned. The latest incarnation of the event is accompanied by a hotfix addressing some issues with expansion The Dark Below.
Three months following the game's initial launch, Destiny's first piece of major DLC is finally upon us. But does The Dark Below address many players' concerns with the game, or are we simply looking at more of the same?
Destiny expansion The Dark Below hasn't been a smooth experience for all players. Bungie detailed some of the larger bugs reported since the DLC launched and offered some solutions.