Destiny, a game which launched the new generation in 2014, while also falling flat in many areas, will of course have a sequel. It was debated for years how much content the base game would get, and if it would actually get a ‘sequel’, but slapping a ‘2’ at the end of a popular title will certainly encourage more sales. Continue reading Destiny 2 will be casual friendly, coming 2017
With Christmas upon us, and Halloween long since gone, it’s time for new content, can Destiny do no wrong? With Sparrow Racing, new quests, presents and gear, a perfect way to round out your year? Hooray for you Guardians, The Dawning is nearly here. Continue reading The Dawning begins next week on Destiny
This year’s Halloween festivities has kicked off on Destiny today. Last year, Bungie launched the Festival of the Lost, and it has returned again with more goodies to check out and have fun with. Continue reading Destiny’s Festival of the Lost is now live
Destiny players have recently been sinking their teeth into the skin and bones of Rise of Iron, but already, rumours and supposed leaked information is already seeping out about Destiny 2 and what the game will supposedly change. Are you ready to start talking about Destiny 2? Can it be called Destiny’s Child? Continue reading Destiny 2 for PC, and other rumours
With the back end of September rearing its head, we’ve already seen a number of big releases hitting the shelves. But as you all know, we’re just getting started. Our wallets will be on life support before you know it! So, what games dominated the chart in UK retail stores this week? Let’s take a look! Continue reading UK game sales chart, September 24th
Destiny’s second big expansion, Rise of Iron is now rolling out today, yet players are finding themselves stuck in limbo, as server capacity seems to be maxed out, resulting in a queuing system. Destiny is a rather popular shooter and while it’s in its second year, fans are excited to hop on to experience the new content, without any luck. Continue reading Destiny servers leave players queuing to play Rise of Iron
Destiny Rise of Iron releases tomorrow (20th September) but what time can we expect it to drop? is it worth staying up tonight? or can we have a lay-in? well my friends read on and we’ll reveal all plus we recap on what you can expect from Destiny’s latest update.
It’s been one of the most requested features among the Destiny community ever since the second Destiny Raid, Crota’s End, went live in-game some years ago. Now, finally, former Halo developer Bungie have acknowledged what their fans want, and have hinted that there’s a good chance they’ll be bringing older Raids such as the Vault of Glass or the previously mentioned Crota’s End back with the upcoming Rise of Iron expansion.
For the first time since Destiny’s launch in 2014, players will now be able to create custom private matches in The Crucible. It almost feels like it shouldn’t even be newsworthy, because what online shooter doesn’t include private lobby options? But, it’s Destiny, it’s popular, and this feature has certainly been desired. Continue reading Destiny private matches now live
This week, Bungie announced a new bundle for Destiny, featuring all existing DLC and the upcoming Rise of Iron expansion. Much to the disappointment of existing fans who have spent nearly $200 on the game thus far, new players can hop on board with all the content, for a fraction of the price. Continue reading Destiny: The Complete Collection announced