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…
Today on Highlight Reel we have vanishing boats, tomb heaven, hostage rescue strategies, musical tributes, and much more!
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, people are running out of things to do in Destiny, a video game where players travel through space trying to overcome their Destiny malaise.
Today on Highlight Reel we have loads of kills, hammer time, sick rocket mopeds, cowardly uruks, and much more!
It is time once again for Destiny Trends, presented by well-known Destiny fan-site Kotaku dot com.
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.
ThreeZero, makers of fine, large and expensive adult collectibles, is working on a Fallout 4 action figure. And it’s fantastic.
Frank Ippolito and his team were asked by Sony to build a contest winner a full set of Titan armour from Destiny. After five weeks of work, they delivered, and then some.
Today, Bungie added some expensive, unexpected microtransactions to Destiny that will let players level their characters (slightly) faster in exchange for (a lot of) real-world money. In light of that news, I’m curious how much y’all have spent on the game so far.
The developers at Bungie just added more microtransactions to Destiny, a video game in which players travel the solar system hunting for new content. Get ready for level boosters.
A new exploit discovered in Destiny this week allows players to get certain microtransaction rewards without actually spending real money. Expect this one to be fixed pretty quickly.
Today marks the start of Destiny’s Sparrow Racing League, a league in which you can race sparrows. Wanna watch me try it? YEAH YOU DO.