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Bungie outlines a better defined "season of content"

New Gear and Clan Perks Next Season in Destiny 2

Towards the latter half of Destiny's lifespan, seasonal events, like the Halloween-themed "Festival of the Lost" or the winter-themed "The Dawning," started popping up. At this past weekend's TwitchCon, Bungie said that one of the improvements they have planned for Destiny 2 is to have four clearly defined seasons within the game and that each season will bring with it tweaks/improvements, and new loot.

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Well… this is awkward

Destiny’s Xbox Add-Ons Are Here!...After The Sequel

If you’re one of the many players enjoying the beautiful Bungie - Activision love child that is Destiny 2, chances are you were unaware that the ORIGINAL Destiny just had a major content drop on Xbox One and Xbox 360. All of the gear, maps, strikes and so on that Sony paid to keep exclusive are now available on Xbox One and 360… Just in time for the sequel.

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Listen, let's talk about the lore of the Warlock Osiris...

Some Details for First Expansion to Destiny 2 Revealed

While folks are still busy gearing up and getting ready for the first raid on the console version of Destiny 2, a listing for the first bit of DLC for the title has popped up on the Microsoft store. Titled "Curse of Osiris," this expansion seems to follow in the same suite as that "Taken King" for original Destiny by adding a new planet to explore (Mercury), new weapons and armor, new missions, and more.

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Shooty space guns, brains inhabiting robots, a punching/kicking golem, and the bringer of songs

New Co-Op Game Releases - September 6 Edition

A new week (I know, we're off by a couple days) is here which means we've got a new bunch of co-op releases. Destiny 2 is the big one here, but we've also got a stylish Zelda throwback title in Songbringer, the sequel no one thought would happen in Knack 2, and LEGO Worlds and Neurovoider both make their way onto the Switch.

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Both new and backwards compatible games are up for grabs right now

Backwards Compatible Super Sale for Deals With Gold

As we approach another weekend, you may be thinking to yourself, "what will I play?" If you own an Xbox One, then the answer to that question could be any number of things with this week's Deal with Gold that includes new titles like Destiny and PvZ: Garden Warfare 2 as well as number of backwards compatible titles like Borderlands 2 and Castle Crashers.

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