A Destiny game in the palm of your hands that you can play on the go? Bungie is reportedly cooking up a mobile version of its first-person shooter.
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is almost here, Bungie is giving us a glimpse of the new world the guardians will have to navigate.
Destiny 2 is still going strong 5 years after its launch and with its next expansion, the game is showing no signs of slowing down.
Destiny 2 is being given more legs with all of these expansions and updates. We're not mad at that at all.
The rocky relationship between Destiny developer Bungie and publisher Activision is over. In a shocking turn of events, the studio announced the split and that it will be keeping the game.
Just like its predecessor, Destiny 2 hit a bit of wall with players who quickly grew bored with the game. Bungie is hoping its newest expansion can bring gamers back and reward those who remained faithful to the game with a whole new experience.
Destiny 2 players immersed in the game more than likely have hit the wall and are just starving for some new action. Well, the wait for Destiny 2’s first DLC, Curse of Osiris is over and Bungie just dropped some details to get you excited.
Pittsburgh Steelers star receiver Antonio Brown, who is known for his touchdown celebrations, will show his love for Destiny 2 in a very unique way. This year he plans on christening the new NFL season by promising to perform dance moves featured in the game as his first celebration.
Bungie taps director Jordan Vogt-Roberts (Kong: Skull Island) for their new Destiny 2 trailer.
Gaurdians rejoice, the beta for Destiny 2 is finally here, that’s if you took the liberty of pre-ordering the game on PS4. Today at 10 a.m. Pacific time, Playstation owners got their first crack at Destiny 2’s beta, Bungie’s follow-up to their record setting baby Destiny which sold over $500 million on launch day.