Destiny's next major patch, potentially the last before expansion House of Wolves arrives, should make a number of most-requested fixes to the game. On Thursday night, Bungie ran down their priorities for this patch.
Bungie recently updated the mobile app and website forDestiny with an item transfer feature. Unfortunately, this feature is causing major headaches for some players.
Destiny's second expansion pack, House of Wolves, might be coming earlier than expected. Bungie said on Thursday that they've only got one update to release before Wolves.
Bungie learned about Destiny's notorious loot cave before launch but didn't shut it down until several weeks later. At a GDC panel, the development team revealed why they waited so long.
Destiny players keep finding creative ways to farm new loot for their characters. Their latest trick, dubbed the "Infinite Thrall Glitch," is one of the easiest tricks yet.
Destiny players will be using the game's companion app much more these days. Bungie has updated the app with a very useful feature: Vault management.
Destiny's player-versus-player is about to expand. Bungie plans to add a new Inferno playlist to the Crucible in a matter of days.
Reddit once again proves to be a source of all kinds of interesting game news, as one Destiny player has provided a collection of interesting screenshots that supposedly show off upcoming content for the game, including a new social space located within the barren space known as The Reef.
Destiny's big February patch has arrived. Update 1.1.1 fixes a lot of bugs but also introduces a new one in the process.
Destiny, the ever-changing first-person shooter from Bungie, is set to undergo Update 1.1.1 in the near future, implementing the usual assortment of tweaks and fixes, as well as one big item: a highly anticipated alteration to weekly Heroic Strikes.
An amateur LEGO engineer has crafted a weapon that will make every Destiny player salivate: the Gjallarhorn exotic rocket launcher.
If you thought that Crota's End was tough with a group of friends, and you thought it was only barely beatable on Hard Mode with a few skilled players, imagine when one player uploaded a video of him playing through Crota's End all by his lonesome and in less than 30 minutes.
Destiny's player-versus-player event Iron Banner has returned for another week. During the event, Bungie wants players to be on the lookout for a few special targets.
Destiny's development team has a new member. Guild Wars 2 writer John Ryan announced over Twitter this week that he's joined Bungie.