Is Bungie looking to port its hit FPS title Destiny over to the PC, or is it merely prepping for the development of Destiny 2? We have no idea, but we do know it's currently hiring for a PC compatibility tester, which suggests it's doing one of those things.
Destiny developer Bungie has teamed up with Red Bull for a promotion that gives players access to an exlusive in-game question via codes found on specially marked cans. The only problem? Players are guessing the codes without buying a thing.
Bungie has announced that players will now be able to purchase extras included in the upcoming Collector's Edition of Destiny: The Taken King separately, rather then spending $80 on content they already own.
After Red Bull accidentally revealed the name on its product packaging earlier this month, it seemed likely that the next Destiny expansion would be titled The Taken King. A new leak appears to confirm this, as well as the release date.
In the latest Bungie Weekly Update, the company announced that Destiny fans have raised over $1 million for Nepal earthquake relief. The company also mentioned that it has plans for a Destiny announcement at E3 later this month.
Destiny's Trials of Osiris rewards players based on the number of wins, so it wasn't surprising when people began cheating to up their win count. Now developer Bungie is taking action by banning those players.
Last week Bungie, developer of Destiny and creator of the Halo franchise, began to sell a special edition shirt in its store, with all profits going to charities aiding those in Nepal. So far, the shirts have already raised $400,000.
House of Wolves, the upcoming expansion for Bungie's massively multiplayer first-person shooter, Destiny, will allow players to upgrade their older legendary and exotic gear to be viable for the latest end-game content.
House of Wolves, the upcoming second DLC expansion for Destiny, will not include a new raid, no doubt to the chagrin of many players who are eager for a new challenge to best after mastering The Dark Below's Crota.
Differentiating visual elements in games can often be a hassle for players with color vision deficiency. An upcoming patch for Destiny will make loot and user interface elements easier to make out for these players by adding a new colorblind mode.