Ready to go on a raid and then all your stored Heavy ammunition that you've got on you glitches itself away. Bungie is finally going to address one of the single most annoying bugs in Destiny.
In a few short months, the second Destiny DLC since launch, House of Wolves, will be arriving on consoles. If you've stuck around until now, Bungie hopes to reconfigure some of the ways players gain and equip loot for the better.
The first expansion to hit the Destiny universe, The Dark Below, went live today giving the community a bunch of addition content to experience. Some other good news to come out recently revealed that this game won't be the end to the characters you put so much hard work into. As Bungie intends to make Destiny a long lasting franchise, t...
Bungie's continual patches and game fixes to Destiny should make the game much more bearable for those of you sticking around. Yesterday, many of the exotic weapons that the community has a problem with got some nice boosts. Additionally, we got some extra information regarding the upcoming expansion arriving next week.
We are about a month away from Destiny's first DLC, "The Dark Below", but Bungie wanted to give us a heads up on what's coming to the world of Destiny in-between then.
One of the highlights of Destiny, multiplayer-wise, are the challenging Raids. Players work together, sometimes for hours, to complete high level raids and reap in the potential loot they carry. Well, Bungie has heard a ton of feedback over the course of these last couple of weeks and is discussing the addition of matchmaking within these Raids.
By now, the hype train surrounding Bungie's next IP Destiny is in full effect. News has been trickling in over the last few months since the epic project has been released, but we were treated to the biggest reveal at E3. During the Playstation Conference on the first day of E3 this year, a rather long segment was revealed for Destiny using the Playstation 4. Our own Jason Love covered the trailer in-depth yesterday. The trailer was nothing short of amazing for the cooperative crowd - featuring an over twelve minutes of action-packed gameplay.
Prior to Sony's open hand slap to the face of Microsoft, developer Bungie took the stage at Sony's press conference to show off some gameplay from their upcoming title, Destiny. I was, in a word, excited. In case you missed it, Bungie has released a brief glimpse of what they showed off last night, along with a little more story/setup to the events that will unfold in the game. The trailer doesn't give too much time on any one aspect (there's a lot of action jump shots crammed into nearly 3 minutes). So watch it and then I'll break down a few things based off what they showed yesterday.
Bungie and their new IP, Destiny, have some big shoes to fill after setting the bar with the Halo series. The question many are wondering is: will the Destiny universe be able to pull us in like Halo’s did? Well, new story details of the game have appeared on the official website, sparking all new conversations in anticipation for Bungie’s next big thing.
Bungie’s next blockbuster title, Destiny, will do co-op gameplay better than a Halo gamer ever could, due to the knowledge they've gained from their successes and failures. In a recent interview, Design Director, Joe Staten, gave some insight on changes to co-op and the number of character choices given to the players that will shape Destiny dramatically.