The Beta for Destiny will begin on the 17th of July, 2014, at 10AM PDT. This is a Thursday, and the first wave of openings will begin for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 only. The Xbox One and Xbox 360 opening will be beginning the following Wednesday.
The Beta for the otherworldly game Destiny has been confirmed for July 17th, 2014, and will indeed be launching as planned. When the Destiny Alpha was extended, word traveled fast that the Beta might be changed - as it turns out, only the details within the launch are different, not the date.
I can’t wait for Destiny to be released for all platforms. It’s developed on an in-house engine, looks like a combination of Star Wars* and Halo, and it sounds nice too. And it’s only the Alpha - it’s going to look and feel BETTER than this when it’s eventually released in full.
The Alpha for Destiny was supposed to have ended last night - but to most players’ surprise, it’s still around. The Alpha test mode for Destiny for the PlayStation 4 has been extended to include "Expert Mode." This mode will include some real "dust" - meaning you’ll be seeing more than the average amount of oddities popping up.
The first thing I wrote about Destiny after I’d first began to play it was "Destiny is nothing if not gorgeous." This game immediately reminds one of Killzone: Shadow Fall once inside a map, but before you there, you’re given the impression that you’ve dropped into the wrong game. I thought this was supposed to be a first-person shooter - why am I picking facial features and hair color?
Sony has announced pricing for the eye-catching white PlayStation 4 announced at E3 2014 this week, as well as confirming that the new color console will be sold separately in addition to as a Destiny bundle. Although functionally identical to the existing, black PS4, the new white version will be offered with a set of matching peripherals, along with an "Urban Camouflage" controller.
Bungie is showing off seven full minutes of gameplay from their upcoming Destiny title, an immersive first-person shooter set in a dystopian future. In the video, which you can see below, a co-operative assault takes place in Devil’s Lair, or ‘Old Russia’. The video shows actual in-game graphics, and we must say — it’s impressive.
Bungie has announced the launch date for its much-anticipated Destiny, which is slated to arrive on September 9, 2014. The announcement was made today on the company's blog, where it waxed poetically about the game's origins and what it means in the grand scheme of things, as well as saying that it'll be using "every moment" up until the launch date to make sure the game meets expectations.
One of the most anticipated games for the new PS4 game console and the old PS3 is Destiny from Bungie. Bungie has been telling gamers for a while if they pre-order the game they can get in on the Beta. Bungie announced this week that the beta for Destiny would come first to the Sony PS4 and PS3 game consoles.
This week we've heard quite a bit about NVIDIA's aim to bring details on their GameWorks development and optimization program to the public, amongst these such high-powered features as OptiX. What Optix represents is an SDK (a software development kit) for the creators of next generation's games - games like Destiny from the developers at BUNGIE. Spilling well into tomorrow's platforms with graphics optimizations today, BUNGIE is taking advantage of the likes of Interactive Ray Tracing, Ambient Occlusion, Procedural Surfaces, and Light Baking.