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Destiny player proposes in-game with help from Bungie

Destiny player proposes in-game with help from Bungie

Players have been proposing to one another within video games for years now, but this latest story goes way, way beyond using level editing features or arranging in-game items on the ground to spell out the words "will you marry me?" Adriel Wallick and Rami Ismail, both indie game developers, spend a lot of time playing Destiny together, so Wallick managed to convince developer Bungie to help with the in-game proposal by creating unique, equip-able items and adding them to the game just for her use.

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Destiny 2 said to be coming to PC in addition to consoles

Destiny 2 said to be coming to PC in addition to consoles

When the original Destiny launched, some PC players were dismayed to see that the game wouldn't be coming to their platform of choice. That may be changing with Destiny 2, as new reports claim the sequel will be coming to PC alongside consoles. These reports also claim that Destiny 2 could potentially leave player characters from the first game behind, something that clashes with Bungie's original vision for Destiny as a franchise.

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Destiny developer Bungie gives more details on leaving PS3, Xbox 360 behind

Destiny developer Bungie gives more details on leaving PS3, Xbox 360 behind

When Destiny's upcoming expansion, Rise of Iron, was officially revealed during a livestream just a few days before E3, developer Bungie clearly stated that the content would not be coming to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, now referred to as "legacy consoles." In other words, all future development and releases would be exclusive to the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. Now Bungie has revealed more concrete details about how Destiny will work on those older consoles, and how players can migrate their progress to the current platforms.

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Destiny: Rise of Iron trailer, release date revealed in early leak

Destiny: Rise of Iron trailer, release date revealed in early leak

Just as was predicted in late May, it seems the next expansion to Destiny will in fact be titled Rise of Iron. With only a few hours to go until developer Bungie's scheduled announcement live-stream, the trailer was leaked online, confirming not only the name, but the release date as well. September 20th is the day that players will have new content to enjoy, according to the 2-minute trailer that temporarily appeared on Snapchat as part of an advertisement.

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Destiny: Rise of Iron poster leak teases next expansion

Destiny: Rise of Iron poster leak teases next expansion

Destiny fans, take notice! A leaked image of a promotional poster has given away the title of the game's next expansion, expected to be released this fall. Called Rise of Iron, the poster shows the character Lord Saladin holding a large hammer/axe and standing among several wolves, in what could be one of the game's Earth locations. Assuming the poster is legit, this could be part of the promotional material we see next month at E3 when the expansion is officially announced.

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Next Destiny update lands in April with new challenges, gear

Next Destiny update lands in April with new challenges, gear

Fellow Destiny fans, rejoice! Developer Bungie has finally shared some solid info on the next activities update for everyone's favorite shooter. Since the release of the huge expansion that was The Taken King back in September, things have gotten little stale, with the last few months seeing only minor, temporary "events" to hold our attention. That's set to change on April 12th, however, as Destiny will be receiving its largest non-paid update ever, including promises of new gear and activities.

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No new Assassin’s Creed in 2016, Destiny 2 coming 2017

No new Assassin’s Creed in 2016, Destiny 2 coming 2017

Game franchises can sometimes live on and on for years. Some even for decades. But being old and venerable doesn't always mean you always get it right. Sometimes, you can lose your way and need to find your way back. That might be the kind of soul-searching that Ubisoft will be undertaking, or should undertake, this year when it decided not to launch a new Assassin's Creed title this year. In the meantime, Bungie will be forging ahead with Destiny 2, though it seems that it is the game's destiny not to launch this year either.

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Destiny year 2 update begins

Destiny year 2 update begins

Today the Destiny 2.0 update will begin arriving on your gaming devices. This update will bring a swath of new features to the game for all users, including higher level caps, attack power adjustments, and a set of adjustments for the new Light system. A new set of weapon changes is appearing as well, including higher base damage for Auto Rifles - for example. Year Two weapon lethality is being taken into account with Year One stat perks - the amount these perks buff your weapon stat has been reduced - meaningful trade-offs can commence.

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Destiny’s new multiplayer features go free to try for one week

Destiny’s new multiplayer features go free to try for one week

On September 15th, the next big expansion to Destiny will see release. Titled The Taken King, it will of course feature a number of new player-vs-enemy (PVE) activities, including story missions, a raid, and lots of gear like weapons and armor. But it will also include new multiplayer content, like player-vs-player (PVP) maps and game modes. Destiny's developer Bungie has announced that starting September 8th, the week before The Taken King's release will see the new PVP content available for everyone to try for free.

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Destiny: The Taken King trailer debuts at E3, new subclasses for all

Destiny: The Taken King trailer debuts at E3, new subclasses for all

A week after we were tipped off by a leak, it's now official: the next expansion for Destiny is called The Taken King, and will be released on September 15th. This will be a much larger addition to the game than the two previous expansions, The Dark Below and House of Wolves, offered, complete with a new raid activity and boss to drive the storyline, as well as a new subclass ability for each of Destiny's three classes.

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Destiny: The Taken King to launch in September with new subclasses, raid

Destiny: The Taken King to launch in September with new subclasses, raid

Big news for Destiny players today! It seems a significant amount of marketing material for the next expansion to the open-world FPS game has leaked, presumably just before an official announcement at E3 next week. Titled The Taken King, the new add-on seems to feature much more content than Destiny's previous two expansions, including new subclasses, a new raid and boss, and possibly even a new enemy race. The info also states The Taken King will see release on September 15th, with a price of $40 in the US.

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Destiny patch 1.2.0 issues might delay House of Wolves

Destiny patch 1.2.0 issues might delay House of Wolves

Destiny players are probably quite hyped for the next DLC to land in their hands. After all, Bungie helped fuel that hype in the days leading to the launch. However, the developer might just poured cold water over gamers' passions by revealing a technical problem that could very well delay the arrival of House of Wolves next week. If this claim is true, Bungie might have avoided getting egg on its face, but naturally the rather vague statements have left some community members still feeling disappointed.

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