Destiny's "loot cave" may have been removed by Bungie but it's not entirely gone. A developer has created a simulation of the cave using Unity.
It looks like players are getting a sneak peak at the Destiny DLC content thanks to a glitch that one player managed to get on tape. If you prefer to stay away from potential spoilers, now would be a good time to stop reading and, I don’t know, go back to playing the actual game.
One of the rarest guns in Destiny is causing problems. Players are complaining that the Vex Mythoclast is too overpowered and disrupts the balance of the game's competitive multiplayer.
The Iron Banner playlist from Destiny's beta will be making its first appearance in the full game soon. It's one of two big things Bungie is promising for the future.
Bungie announced a Destiny patch this afternoon that's sure to please a lot of players. Patch 1.0.2's main objective is to help players acquire new gear quicker.
Legend foretells of a mythical “Loot Cave,” a place that is home to a continuous stream foes and, thus, a never-ending supply of valuable items. When she arrives, however, her heart sinks. A sign is posted nearby announcing that the notorious cave has been renovated and no longer offers untold riches. The Guardian’s Destiny has been forever changed.
Many, many people have already bought Bungie's new online shooter Destiny. If you're not one of those people, here's a chance to win a free copy of the game.
In a surprising bit of news, a Destiny player has hit level 30. Doesn't sound all that staggering does it? Well, it's kind of a big deal because apparently it's not the easiest feat in the world to achieve, and you have to exercise quite a bit of skill and fall into a bit of luck to achieve the Holy Grail of level 30.
The Destiny players who aren't farming that cave in Old Russia have new challenges to tackle today. The Queen's Wrath event will be available for the next two weeks.
The hacking group known as the Lizard Squad has apparently been up to their old shenanigans, bombarding and sending denial of service attacks to Destiny and Call of Duty: Ghosts servers.
This weekend Bungie will host another PvP event for Destiny. For the next few days players can dive into a new Combined Arms playlist for competitive multiplayer.
Previously it was reported that Activision had managed to sell-in to retailers an impressive $500 million worth of SKUs (stock keeping units), breaking even on their supposed $500 million dollar investment into the Destiny brand. Today, Activision has announced that the actual sell-through revenue of Destiny is only $325 million.
"Destiny is more than a game." That quote from USA Today kept popping up throughout the game's marketing campaign. I can see why that quote was chosen. It's simple but promises the world to gamers.
It's often debated that a game's brand worth and the development studio behind it are determined by the Metacritic score – an aggregate of reviews from a collection of websites. This hotly contentious subject has become a topic of discussion recently due to all the middling and less-than-enthusiastic reviews that have poured out for Destiny.