The House of Wolves DLC expansion for ‘Destiny’ will add a handful of new weapon perks to Bungie’s game, many of which will force players to make tough decisions.
Matthew S. Burns’ biting new Twine game highlights the process of writing games, and illuminates what might’ve gone wrong with the story in ‘Destiny’ and other AAA titles.
As part of Bungie’s weekly update blog post, the developer has revealed a few changes coming to ‘Destiny’s PvP arena, the Crucible, alongside the upcoming release of House of Wolves.
Following the magnitude 7.8 earthquake in Nepal, Bungie, developer of ‘Destiny’, and Ubisoft, developer of ‘Far Cry 4’, are both raising money for the relief effort.
This week’s livestream featured a closer look at the upcoming ‘Trials of Osiris’ multiplayer event for ‘Destiny’, but there are still apparently some secrets to uncover.
Once the House of Wolves expansion releases for ‘Destiny’ on May 19th, the Crucible multiplayer maps that came with The Dark Below DLC will be a free download for all players.
Bungie gives ‘Destiny’ players a detailed look at the challenging new ‘Trials of Osiris’ multiplayer event that will launch alongside the House of Wolves DLC.
Bungie’s attempt to balance the Black Hammer sniper rifle inadvertently nerfs one of the more useful perks on the ‘Destiny’ raid weapon, but a fix is on the way.
The design of a specific window in last week’s ‘Game of Thrones’ episode may be a reference to a character from ‘Destiny.’ Or it’s just a coincidence?
Bungie teases the full reveal of a new competitive multiplayer event for ‘Destiny’ called the Trials of Osiris, which releases alongside the upcoming House of Wolves expansion.
After a new patch changed a number of things with the PvP modes in ‘Destiny’, players should now expect to see the Iron Banner event return next week after a slight delay.
We have the early scoop on where to find the vendor Xur and what exotic armor, weapons, and upgrades he has for sale in ‘Destiny’ for the weekend of April 24th.
Bungie has heard players loud and clear, and therefore the next ‘Destiny’ update will remove Vanguard and Crucible Commendations from the in-game economy.
An extremely dedicated ‘Destiny’ player grinds at local restaurants in order to purchase the exotic hand cannon weapon The Last Word from Xur the exotic Merchant.
Bungie gives ‘Destiny’ players a detailed tour of The Reef, the new social space added with the House of Wolves DLC that includes new bounties, vendors, gear, and more.
The House of Wolves will introduce new weapon upgrade options to ‘Destiny’ that let players take older weapons and gear and bring them up to max level.
Eagle-eyed gamers have noticed that The Reef, the new DLC social space included with House of Wolves, appeared in a ‘Destiny’ teaser trailer released in 2013.