Last week, Bungie launched a significant update for Destiny, a video game in which players create virtual dolls and dress them up in a variety of colored costumes.
Just how did someone find a secret in the newest Destiny update 17 minutes after it went live? And did that same magical sleuth tease some actual news about the future of Bungie’s space treadmill?
Today marks 2016's first major update in Destiny, a video game in which players travel through space watching their weapons get nerfed. For the first time in a long time, there’s new stuff for PVE players to do.
Today Bungie announced a bunch of small balance tweaks for Destiny, a video game about warping through the solar system trying (yet again) to remember the last time you played Destiny.
This spring’s big Destiny update will offer new bounties, quests, and a new mission set after the fall of Oryx. It’ll also take us all back for a ride on the Light treadmill, bumping the level cap up to 335.
Since September, Destiny’s Prison Of Elders has laid dormant and useless, filled with encounters and gear that were rendered obsolete by The Taken King. Next month, that could change.
It’s clear that the developers at Bungie put an insane amount of work into the sound effects in Destiny, a video game in which players travel through the solar system waiting for announcements of announcements of announcements of new content.
To say that making big games like Destiny is “difficult” is kind of like declaring the Grand Canyon is “deep,” so it’s always interesting to hear new insights from people who have been in the trenches.
Coming to toy store shelves later this year, Destiny Mega Bloks sets promise physical content fans of the series will enjoy briefly before setting it on the shelf and waiting for more. My friend Andy Robertson of FamilyGamerTV grabbed video of the figures and sets at Toy Fair. Let’s watch!
98 hours, spent entirely in Destiny’s first level. Holy shit.
Today Activision confirmed that, as Kotaku reported last month, Destiny 2 won’t be out until 2017. But there will be a significant expansion later this year.
This week, everyone gets to celebrate Valentine’s Day festivities in Destiny, the video game version of the myth of Icarus.
Today, Bungie released another update for Destiny, a video game in which players travel through space imagining new content.
Bungie has detailed a few small but significant changes coming to Destiny in next week’s 2.1.1 update. Notably, players in small-team Crucible matches like Skirmish and Trials will spawn without special ammo, and Bungie’s adding new “Freelance” Crucible playlists that’ll be restricted to solo players only. They also…
For the past few months, hardcore Destiny players have felt a lingering sense of dissatisfaction with the game they love. Partly triggered by a drought of new content and partly by poor communication from developer Bungie, this feeling followed the game through the holidays and into the new year. Call it the Destiny…
Destiny’s next new event will be Valentine’s Day-themed. It’s called “Crimson Days” and it’ll be live for a week starting February 9, Bungie announced today. They’re also adding a new PVP mode: Crimson Doubles. No details yet.
These days, there aren’t a ton of reasons to bother with the Nightfall in Destiny, a video game about the power of true friendship.
Watch in awe as these gamers find ways to launch themselves into places no Halo player was ever meant to go.