Destiny, a three-year pre-order bonus for Destiny 2, is pretty open about its intentions these days. Above is the screen you’ll get when you log into Bungie’s space shooter, which is currently in the midst of an event called Age of Triumph that celebrates Destiny’s best moments.
Over the last two and a half years, I’ve played more than 1,000 hours of Destiny. Over the last five months, I’ve barely played any. This week I returned to the game, and let me tell you, it is no small feat to climb back into a game you used to play obsessively.
McFarlane Toys really lucked out with the Destiny license. Not only does it get to make some cool figures and replica weapons, with Destiny’s armor shader system the repaint potential is massive. Here are four retailer-exclusive variants dropping in July.
Today on Kotaku Splitscreen, we’re joined by Monkey Island designer Ron Gilbert to talk about his newest adventure game, Thimbleweed Park. We’re also talking Zelda, Destiny, and much more.
The teasing is over: Destiny 2, a video game for which I am already brainstorming silly ledes, will be out September 8 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
The Destiny 2 marketing campaign is now in full force, and with it comes this teaser trailer, featuring everyone’s favorite rogue Cayde-6 hanging out in a bar as the Last City burns around him. (This is a fun one.)
First leaked last week via poster, here it is: Destiny 2, a video game in which players travel through space, reminiscing about Destiny 1. It’ll be out this September.
As has become an annual Bungie tradition, a retailer has leaked info on the next big Destiny release. It’s not much, but here’s your first look at the marketing materials for Destiny 2, a video game that we will no doubt come up with all sorts of pithy ways to describe over the next few years.
For Honor’s all about deadly duels and flashy sword fights. Oh, and micro-transactions. With the release of new emotes, some fans are less than pleased with their high price.
Destiny, a video game in which you can see mountains and then go there, has always been full of mysteries. Mysteries such as: Can you glitch through the entire Vault of Glass? It took intrepid raider djxyz0 more than two years, but thanks to ingenuity and a whole lot of trial and error, he’s made it happen.
Jon Jafari is a popular YouTube gamer and comedian better known as JonTron. He’s the founder of Normalboots—a network of channels including Did You Know Gaming and Peanutbuttergamer—and was the original cohost of the “Let’s Play” channel Game Grumps. Between those projects, Jafari wields influence over an estimated 12…
On March 28, Bungie will launch the Age of Triumph, an event that they’re describing as a celebration of all things Destiny. In addition to updating old raids for current light levels (390), the Age of Triumph will come with a massive 13-page record-book full of tough achievements. Beat enough of them to hit “rank 7"…
Destiny, a video game in which your Guardian will remain with you for the next ten years, will stop getting new content in 2017. Before that, however, Bungie’s got one more update planned, and it’ll bring back the Vault of Glass, as we all expected.
In the throes of cancer treatment, one Destiny player finally got the help that he needed to make it to the Lighthouse. After his death, the community came together for his family in an amazing way.
The upcoming Destiny 2 will be a total reset for your Destiny 1 characters, Bungie said today, confirming that you won’t be able to carry over weapons and gear from the first game. Your character’s appearance, however, will be retained.
When a game is as pretty as Destiny can be, it deserves more than some Mega Bloks sets. McFarlane Toys sets things right this fall with a trio of Guardians, a fur-lined questgiver, a sporty ride and a $150 replica of a highly sought-after weapon.
Sometimes, Twitch streamer lucent_beam decides to take on what she calls ‘The Tower Challenge,’ a game where she picks a low-level Destiny player to help out. After some research, the plan unfolds with a message.
There’s no game I get more questions about than Destiny 2, so here’s a little tidbit for those of you who are desperate for news on Bungie’s next big game: It’s still on track for 2017.
Sometimes, video games are good. Other times, they suck. Here is a thing some good games do that really sucks.
Just about every day, I get a Twitter DM or e-mail from someone asking for news on Destiny 2. To which I now say: Here, look at this Lego.