According to internet people who wear tinfoil hats, Bungie could kick off the third year of Destiny with another new September expansion.
Also, details on how Xur won’t be changing for the rest of year two. And that’s actually a good thing for Destiny.
The Prison of Elders is once again open for business, as the latest Destiny patch is looking to revitalise that correctional facility.
The Taken War isn’t over just yet, as the Guardians are called back into action this week with a big update to the world of Destiny.
Destiny’s April update will add a hefty amount of PvE content to the game, with a special focus on reviving the stagnant Prison of Elders.
Bungie is testing some new online sorcery to make Iron Banner matches more responsive, fair and balanced. Which is the exact opposite of life itself.
Mass Effect: Andromeda’s lead writer has departed from BioWare to join Bungie and Destiny.
Bungie wants to make good on Destiny having a stingy reward system during the Crimson Days event. By giving out one of those super-rare 320 light level Ghosts that fans have been seeking.
If you want to get one of the rarest ghosts in Destiny, the trick to doing so is simple: Just kill yourself.
With the Crimson Days having kicked off, Bungie’s massive open-world where you wait for stuff to happen has undergone a few changes again. Here’s some of what you can expect when you patch Destiny up.
Just like that kid at a school event who got a medal for attendance, your secondary weapons are about to feel a lot less special.
Sure, Destiny’s main focus these days may be on live events, but there’s no denying it: People aren’t staying for long. And Bungie wants to know why.