Destiny 2's 'Staying Alive' raid challenge, found in the Garden of Salvation, is a difficult new encounter that will test your ability to dodge and weave. This 'Staying Alive' challenge guide will help you defeat it and earn a piece of Pinnacle gear.
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep's Make Bows, Not War quest gives players a new heavy bow called Leviathan's Breath that deals serious damage. Here are all the steps you need to take to complete this exotic weapon quest so you can earn yourself the shiny new boy.
Every year around October, things start to get a little spooky. For gamers, this follows them into their favorite games. Pokémon, Fortnite, Monster Hunter World, Destiny 2 and more hold festive events to celebrate the season. Here are some of our favorites.
Legendary Shards are essential to progressing your character to maximum Power in Destiny 2. Here's everything you need to know, including where to find Legendary Shards, how to use them, and the endgame content you can expect to play once you've upgraded your equipment sufficiently.
Guardians have figured out a ways to "cheese" or solo entire raids and kill challenging bosses without breaking a sweat. This tradition returns as players have learned how to cheese the Garden of Salvation Consecrated Mind boss in Destiny 2: Shadowkeep. Here's a guide in case you want to give it a try.
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep brings players back to the moon and it invites them to explore. The campaign, however, underwhelming. With core gameplay that feels as good as ever, and the introduction of a season pass, it feels like a good foundation for what's to come. Again.
The Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Essence of Failure quest will have you completing a variety of activities. One such objective includes finding the Captive Cord item. This guide will show you where to find that item so you can get the reward for completing the quest -- a new assault riflt called the Arc Logic.
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep may not have many exotic weapons but it does have a notable one: Deathbringer. This rocket launcher can be picked up after finishing the campaign but the quest contains a ton of steps. Make it easier on yourself and use our Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Deathbringer exotic quest guide.
Bungie is giving away a free Powerful Engram to all Destiny 2 players in celebration of the launch of the Shadowkeep expansion. Taking advantage of the offer is easy through the Bungie Reward program, but players are recommended to hold off on claiming the Powerful Engram until they will be able to maximize it.
When completing the Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Essence of Brutality quest, you might get lost searching for the Necromantic Strand. Similar to the Essence of Failure quest, you’ll have to find this item in an unmarked location to complete it. Here's how to find the Necromantic Strand location.
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep wastes no time putting you on the hunt for rare loot. One of the first missions, called Pain and Gain, is a quest you can complete to earn an Exotic submachine gun called Riskrunner. Our Pain and Gain Exotic quest guide will walk you through what you need to do to get this gun.
The Bad Juju is a fan-favorite exotic pulse rifle makes its return from the original Destiny and into Destiny 2. If you're wondering how to get your hands on this nice piece of weaponry, check out our Destiny 2 guide which walks you through everything you have to do to get it.
In response to a question about a patch fix for one of Destiny 2's weapons, a Bungie developer shared that it was delayed due to an effort to preserve work-life balance for the team. He even admitted that the developers just completed an update that took longer hours and they wouldn’t want them doing that back-to-back.
Destiny developer Bungie joined this year's GuardianCon Charity Marathon Stream, breaking the record by raising $400,000 in just four hours. The proceeds of the week-long event will be donated to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, which treats the toughest childhood cancers and pediatric diseases.
Destiny 2 will undergo massive changes with its latest expansion, Shadowkeep, which will take players to the moon once it launches on September 17. The PC version of the game will transfer from Battle.net to Steam, and its base game will become free-to-play to give newcomers a new entry point.
Google Stadia's launch games have been revealed but how will gamers access the cloud gaming platform? There are two ways to play Stadia: The free Base version and Pro, which requires a monthly subscription. Google also revealed a founder's pack for early adopters that are ready to pull the trigger.
Right on the doorstep of E3 2019, Google revealed a bunch of the games coming to the Google Stadia platform. There are the usual suspects like Destiny 2, The Division 2, and the recently announced Ghost Recon Breakpoint. There are also a couple of surprises like Larian Studios' Baldur's Gate 3.
We're due for a major Google Stadia update this week but, as is customary in the weeks before E3, the development team has sprung a leak. Multiple sources claim Destiny 2 is one of Stadia's launch games and that it will feature cross saves for players on other platforms.
Dataminers have unearthed the expansion Bungie was set to reveal this week, the first major reveal since the split with Activision. Shadowkeep takes Destiny 2 players back to the moon to enter a citadel and face off against enemies descending on the lunar surface.
Destiny 2 update version 2.2.2 is live and players can dive into the hidden Zero Hour quest for a chance to earn the Outbreak exotic pulse rifle. Bungie is also setting the stage for the shooter's future, setting a date for a race to finish the game's next raid: Crown of Sorrows.
After an eight-year partnership, Destiny developer Bungie and publisher Activision are parting ways. Unlike Bungie's previous split with Microsoft (for Halo), Bungie will acquire the rights to Destiny to continue self-publishing future content in the franchise. Unannounced Destiny content is on the way.
A data miner leaked a cinematic video that is believed to be from the upcoming Black Armory of the Destiny 2: Forsaken expansion. The video, which features a Ghost named Pulled Pork, reveals a plot twist that will make players look forward to how events will unfold in the new DLC.
Bungie and Activision are offering Destiny 2 on PC for free until November 18 to gamers with Battle.net accounts, in celebration of the game's first anniversary. Players who already own the game will instead receive an exclusive emblem, which will be available in December.
Bungie is bringing a massive new content drop in Destiny 2: Forsaken, adding a new story, new multiplayer modes, a new raid, and new weapons and armor. There's a lot to know about Forsaken, from what you'll play to how you'll play it. Here's all the Destiny 2: Forsaken info we have in one place.
Bungie's latest Destiny 2 statistics reveal that players deleted 807,635,124 shaders in the 77 days spanning between the launch of Warmind and the final Season 3 Faction Rally. At a one-second-per-shader deletion rate, that number tallies up to a combined 25.6 years across all active Guardians.
Activision is releasing a special edition of Destiny 2 that bundles the base game, Curse of Osiris, Warmind, and the upcoming Forsaken expansion. The Legendary Edition is $60 and includes a level boost so you can start playing Forsaken content right away when it launches on September 4.
It turns out Cayde-6 wasn't voiced by actor Nathan Fillion in the Destiny 2: Forsaken trailer. Fillion was unable to reprise his role for the DLC. Nolan North, the voice of Ghost, stepped in for Fillion to voice the soon-to-be-dead Guardian. North previously took over for Peter Dinklage as Ghost.
Much like The Taken King, Destiny 2's Forsaken expansion looks to reinvent the game in meaningful ways. Launching on September 4, Forsaken takes players to The Tangled Shore to square off against a new species of enemy. A new raid, an interesting multiplayer mode, and welcome weapon changes are also inbound.
On June 5, Bungie will announce Destiny 2's year two content plans in a Twitch stream. With E3 right around the corner, it's possible Bungie uses this time to tease the game's fall expansion, which will likely be more substantial than the first two expansions. A full expansion reveal is expected at E3.
A coded message hidden inside the latest expansion for Destiny 2 sent the community into a frenzy last week, as they tried to decipher it and figure out what it meant. The real-life treasure of a mystical spear and a cache of gold coins was finally discovered atop a mountain, where it had been hidden by the developers.
The improvements to Destiny 2 that come with its second expansion, Warmind, are welcome, and it's a big step up from the last outing, Curse of Osiris. A lot of repetition means this still doesn’t feel like the top of Bungie’s game, though.
In an earnings call, Activision Blizzard teased an unannounced upcoming DLC pack for Destiny 2, as well as new professional Overwatch teams, and some big Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 changes. These tidbits provide hints about how the company's most popular games will evolve later this year.
In a developer video released ahead of Destiny 2's third season, which starts May 8, Bungie detailed changes to exotic weapons. Essentially, exotics will be more sought-after due to increased attack power and Masterworks. There's also a pretty sweet reward for rising up the ranks in Crucible in season 3.