Bungie recently updated their community blog to confirm that some Destiny players have been banned from the game due to using a modified consoles.
Amidst the usual banter about what’s been going on in Destiny for the past week, roughly halfway through the update, came news that myself, and many other Destiny players have been waiting for. Exotic updates are rolling out soon, with Deej stating that they will be out before the Dark Below!
Find out what what lurks in The Dark Below in the newly leaked Destiny DLC cinematic.
Today, a large update is rolling out for Destiny, bringing with it a slew of changes, buffs, some debuffs, content that has been asked for since the game launched, and content that was supposedly coming with the December 9th update arrives early.
It should come as no shock to any player “worth their salt” in Destiny that the game has a number of issues. It’s not to say that it is unplayable, or that it glitches and/or disconnects players to a point where the game becomes intolerable. No, rather, it’s simply not what Bungie had envisioned for … Continue reading Destiny is Broken, and Bungie Should Leave it That Way, For Now
Bungie has plans to make farming in Destiny a little more lucrative.
Bungie has announced that Destiny will be taken offline for several hours on Thursday November 13th to prepare for an upcoming series of updates to the game.
Destiny has generated 9.5 million registered users, where they average three hours of gameplay a day. Because of this dedicated fanbase, a sequel is already announced to be in development.
In a Game Informer article today, Destiny’s first expansion’s release date was revealed to be December 9th.
Bungie’s recent Destiny update 220.127.116.11 fixed a few “rare” issues where players experienced getting randomly kicked to orbit or the login screen, but most notably made changes to the Vault of Glass raid’s final boss.