There have been a lot of talk about whether or not Bungie would be able to hit native 1920 x 1080p for the Xbox One with Destiny, the first-person sci-fi shooter due out this September. The beta will be relegated to 900p for the Xbox One, but Bungie wanted to prove that they can, in fact, get the game to manage at 1080p for the final release, as indicated with the footage above.
Bungie shared the full schedule for Destiny's beta today. The schedule reveals that the PS4 and PS3 test will be shutting down for several days for maintenance.
Bungie recently opened up the game's beta for those who pre-ordered the game, and have allowed them to get in some play time with the first-person shooter on the PS3 and PS4. This week the beta for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 will get underway and there's no better time to learn about the character classes than right now.
Destiny's beta test on PS4 and PS3 is going to expand today with some new content. Bungie plans to launch a special competitive event called the Iron Banner.
Bungie has launched the beta of Destiny, the first-person shooter, for PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation 4. For those of you who pre-ordered you can get in on the action right now.
The PlayStation beta begins this Thursday, with the Xbox crowd joining in on the fun just one week later. In other words, the whole world is about to find out whether or not the folks at Bungie, developers of the Halo series, are able to deliver on their promise to mix first-person shooting with MMO trappings on a scale that has never been seen before.
For quite a few gamers rocking the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, this week is likely all about diving into the Destiny beta, set to begin this Thursday. For those of you who want a little something extra to distract you from “becoming legend,” however, three new offerings will also be launching for PlayStaiton consoles.
The white PS4 will be available in a bundle with shared-world shooter Destiny. However, if the game doesn't interest you, you're going to be able to buy the white console separately.
Bungie's upcoming first-person shooter, Destiny, has had its installation size revealed for the PlayStation 4. The game will require 40GB of the PS4's hard drive space in order to install and operate properly.
All today there seems to be lots and lots of news surrounding Bungie's first-person, RPG shooter, Destiny. The hype is becoming so surreal that even Nintendo fans seem to have become affected, so much so that they've even started petitioning for Bungie to bring Destiny to the Wii U.
At this point, it’s pretty safe to say that Bungie’s upcoming first-person shooter, Destiny, is going to be big. The developer has now revealed multiple special editions of the game to celebrate that fact, as well as final details on the upcoming beta.
Bungie has kept Destiny's player-versus-player multiplayer modes under tight wraps so far. However, a new IGN video of the game has revealed several of the modes.
Destiny's release is still a couple months away but you can start planning your character's progression right now. One gamer has created a skill calculator that can be used with all three character classes.
Big gaming lists round out this week's news, along with new details on Destiny's beta and Halo 5's much-anticipated multiplayer. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
In the latest Bungie Weekly Update, the Destiny developer revealed what Achievements and Trophies you'll be able to pursue on Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One, and PS4. You'll have several dozen goals to pursue with your Guardians.