You know how it goes: You’re running late for a meeting at the Tower, you’re stuck in a Martian warehouse and your ship is stranded on the opposite side of the battlefield. Thankfully, those frustrating situations are officially a thing of the past. Now, thanks to the same technology powering Google Maps, you can plot the quickest route to your destination on all four planets to be featured in upcoming mega-shooter, Destiny, with “Destiny Planet View.”
Destiny will be launching worldwide next week. Unfortunately, gamers won't have many reviews to consult before picking up the game.
Destiny's PS4 and PS3 versions will both have exclusive DLC. A new trailer from Sony highlights this bonus content.
Destiny will officially launch worldwide on September 9th. However, You can play a bit earlier than that depending on where you live in the world.
Bungie made it known in a recent update that the development on the game is done and finished and the gold master disc is off to get pressed for a production run so that Destiny will be ready for purchase come September 9th.
It's hard to imagine that the steady bombardment of the Internet with Destiny gameplay footage is over. However, this is supposedly the last trailer we'll see before the game's launch next month.
Destiny is less than a month away from launching, with the team at Bungie primed to introduce the gaming masses to a first-person shooter unlike anything the genre has ever seen before. In preparation for the big event, Gaming Blend's Katy Goodman and Ryan Winslett got back together to discuss the recent beta and what effect it had on their expectations for the final game.
A new trailer has surfaced for Bungie's first-person shooter, Destiny. The latest piece of promotional media contains textual accolades from the media praising the game for its various features. One quote even goes as far as to say that it's “more than a game”.
The jobs landscape is in a pretty ruined state for some countries; finding work is becoming extremely difficult and maintaining a decent paying job is even harder. Well, this kind of hurdle in life isn't exempt from even the most well recognized names in the gaming industry.
The Destiny beta has come and gone, and I’m guessing there are more than a few people out there who, like me, are still suffering from withdrawals while waiting for the Sept. 9 launch of the actual game. The majority of folks sounding off about their time with the beta seem to have had a very positive experience, but there’s always room for improvement. Here are five things I’d like to see added to the final game.
One of Destiny's main high-level activities will be six-player raids. Bungie revealed in a new interview that these challenging adventures won't have automatic matchmaking.
Some gamers are questioning whether Destiny's as massive as they initially expected. Here's why there's so much anxiety surrounding the game.
Say goodbye to your Guardian. Destiny's beta on PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 will be wrapping up tonight.
Destiny's public beta test is wrapping up this this weekend. This extensive trial of the game has jacked up the hype for its September launch by a few notches.