Last week, a new Destiny event called Trials of Osiris went live. It was a big deal: tons of players participated in the event, in the hopes of winning cool new gear, or to gain access to a special exclusive new social hub. Some people wanted these rewards so badly, however, that they resorted to cheating. »
Destiny’s new mode, Trials of Osiris, went live today. With it comes a new social hub that only the best of the best can visit.
Meet the Celestial Nighthawk, one of Destiny’s newest helmets and perhaps the most lethal boss-killing device in the game.
Right now, players are finding mysterious small coins throughout the new Destiny expansion, House of Wolves. Nobody is quite sure what they do yet, or how many there are. But they’re hopeful that the coins will do something. »
If you played Destiny anytime in the last 24 hours, you found a surprise waiting for you in the Tower. The Queen’s Wrath is back! »
Destiny’s House of Wolves already looks way better than the disappointing The Dark Below. If you’ve missed any of Bungie’s reveals so far, check out the above trailer for a good recap of what’s coming when the new expansion drops (May 19). »
This afternoon, Bungie shared a bunch of new info on the next expansion for Destiny, a video game about the great galactic battle between talented actors and a terrible script. »
During a livestream today, Bungie shared a bunch of new information on the upcoming second expansion pack for Destiny, a video game named after a Calvin Klein fragrance. Although House of Wolves might not have a raid, it will bring along a few new features that Destiny needed really badly.
This afternoon, Bungie released a new patch for Destiny, a video game in which players must travel the galaxy fighting against powerful adversaries like the Fallen, the Vex, and Bungie. »
House of Wolves, the second expansion for Destiny, will be out in just over a month, publisher Activision announced today. We’ll be grinding again on May 19. »
Everyone has probably killed a friend in combat while playing Halo—betrayals happen. But I doubt whatever stab in the back you’ve experienced unfolded as ridiculously as this one did.
It’s been seven months since Bungie launched Destiny, a video game in which players travel the galaxy recreating the myth of Sisyphus, and this whole time, one of the game’s biggest issues has been idlers—people who log into strikes or PVP battles, put down their controllers, and let other players do all the work.
Hardcore Destiny players don't just wait around for updates from Bungie about the game. Armed with specialized knowledge of how game files work, some Destiny players try to predict what's going to happen before Bungie actually makes any changes. »
Everyone's got a wishlist of changes they'd like to see in Destiny. But at least one group of fans actually took the time to show people what their wishlist would look like in action, and it's neat to watch. »
Today Bungie released a new patch for Destiny, a video game in which players gradually learn how to quit playing Destiny. The good news: they've fixed that awful heavy ammo bug. The bad news? Well, they've got a whole new ammo bug to tell you about. »