Bungie has issued a Destiny hotfix that they say should fix the bug in the “Players In Activity” feature that forced them to cancel multiplayer events like the Trials of Osiris and this week’s Iron Banner. Both events “may” return this weekend (Trials) and next week (Iron Banner), provided everything checks out…
As has become annual tradition, I sat down with Bungie at E3 last week for a frank discussion about the state of Destiny, a video game in which players travel through space trying to convince internet commenters that yes, people still play Destiny.
At the Game Developers Conference in March, Bungie’s David Candland gave a really cool talk about the evolution of Destiny’s UI. Among other things, he showed a bunch of prototype menu screens, and also explained the complicated process of fine-tuning a video game interface.
A trailer for the new Destiny DLC Rise of Iron has leaked out a little early, and it contains something that’ll twist the knickers of everyone who played the game back in its launch year: the rocket launcher Gjallarhorn is back.
More info on Destiny’s Rise of Iron DLC has come out ahead of Bungie’s planned announcement tomorrow, and I’m not gonna lie, it sounds incredible.
Destiny’s next big expansion, Rise of Iron, will launch on September 20 for Xbox One and PS4, according to the game’s official website. The expansion is set to be unveiled tomorrow, so stay tuned for more details!
Some Minecraft players like to build houses, or castles, or mazes full of monsters. Others prefer to recreate the entirety of Destiny.
Destiny’s next expansion is called Rise of Iron, according to leaked marketing materials that popped up on Reddit last night. The expansion, which is expected in September, should be officially revealed at E3.
Don’t expect to play Trials of Osiris this weekend, Destiny fans. Thanks to a glitch involving weapon perks and an unlimited supply of heavy ammo, Bungie has cancelled it.
How long will it take Bungie’s raiders to defeat Oryx? Will they get stuck on that one jumping section? How many times will they wipe?
For a while, it was impossible to solo the Hard Mode version of Oryx in Destiny, a video game about quietly pondering the meaning of life. After the April update, however, that’s changed.
For the last two years, cosplayer and props builder Eric Newgard has been recreating weapons from Destiny. The results are spectacular.
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.
For the last month, it’s been pretty easy to play both The Division and Destiny. That changes tomorrow.
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.