Destiny developers are working on making content drops between bigger expansions a more timely event, to prevent that in-between malaise.
Rise of Iron is the next big content push for the exisiting Destiny title, and could pave the way for the franchise’s future.
Lord Saladin is out for revenge in Destiny: Rise of Iron, a story that Bungie says is more heroic than ever before.
Opening the doors to the Plaguelands may not have been the best decision that the Fallen ever made, in Destiny’s Rise of Iron expansion.
Space Joan Collins wants to know who you’re wearing as Destiny’s Rise of Iron expansion introduces a whole new wardrobe of gear.
Year three of Destiny is all about going back to Earth, action and new adventures. But first and foremost, it’s about story.
What’s new in Destiny’s next big expansion, Rise of Iron? Lots, as a livestream event officially revealed the future of Destiny in year three.
Here’s what you can expect to see when Bungie details their new Rise of Iron expansion in a Destiny livestream.
Thanks to some misplaced marketing materials, it looks like we have our first look at the next Destiny expansion: Rise of Iron.
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.