Destiny, a video game where the drop-rate of loot in PvP is stingier than Ebenezer Scrooge the night before Christmas, still isn’t dropping any premium loot as often as you’d like it to. And that’s after a patch which had that very goal in mind. Players don’t like that. And neither does Bungie.
Year two has seen changes in every single aspect of Destiny. And the Iron Banner has also gotten a tune-up, as your light level will help you shine on like a crazy diamond with god-slaying guns in that event.
You probably know the patrol zones of Destiny better than you know your own face by now. Well get ready to explore the Dreadnaught in the Taken King, which will be filled with new missions, treasures and bosses that'll have you screaming in futile rage.
Valve have unveiled a whole lot of new Dota 2 merchandise that'll be available at The International. Not attending? No worries - everything will be available to everybody else after the big tournament!
Got a thing for gaming merchandise? Check out all the gear Blizzard unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con. There is something for everybody, including plushies, figures, and even a darn cute Murloc backpack!
The latest Destiny patch has thrown these sought-after chests into the game, provided that you were able to vanquish several of the wanted Fallen in the Queen’s Wrath bounties. They’re still hard as nails to find however, but we’ve got your back.