Bungie has shared a ton of new information about how progression and currencies will change for Destiny 2: Forsaken. Tokens are going away but the ones you have will still work, exotics will always drop above your power level, you’ll be able to pick from one of three nightfalls each week, there’ll be a heroic story…
Destiny 2’s Solstice of Heroes event debuted last week. Until it ends on August 28, you can relive the glories of the past while earning powerful new armor… as long as you have a lot of time to spare.
Video games are constantly trying different ways to make you feel like the game you’re playing has exciting, tangible stakes. Some are more creative about it than others.
A group of intrepid Dungeon Masters are building a Dungeons & Dragons campaign based on the world of Destiny, a sci-fi franchise about shooting aliens in space and hoping that they drop things that will let you shoot aliens in space even more efficiently.
Destiny 2's Whisper of the Worm quest is active once more, and will be until Monday at 10 AM Pacific. Time to go get that thing.
Destiny’s Grimoire Cards, an infuriatingly scattered way to read up on a lore that’s actually pretty cool, are being combined and released in a series of books.
Bungie has a new trailer showing the exotics that will be added to Destiny 2 in the Forsaken expansion. The studio apparently took all the criticism of the game’s existing arsenal to heart, because now it’s adding a bow that lets you see through walls and boots that reflect projectiles among other things.
A tweet from Bungie last night indicates that Destiny 2's gnarly Whisper of the Worm quest is now temporarily closed, and that it’ll return “next week.” I’ve asked Activision if they can clarify the precise timing. For now, safe bet is it’ll return this coming weekend. I’ll be there when it does.
Today, intrepid Destiny players uncovered a hidden mission that appeared during an otherwise ordinary patrol event. After a few hours of widespread experimentation and failure, a group completed the challenge, unlocking a powerful weapon that’ll be familiar to anyone who played the first Destiny.
For the past week, Destiny fans have been furiously posting to message boards and making Reddit threads, venting, posting theories, and working out how best to focus their anger. They’ve been doing that for months, of course, but what’s different now is that they’re mad because the developers at Bungie want them to…
Tim Rogers is back with another E3 2018 booth tour. This time he’s got Activision in his sights. How plush is the carpet? What’s the funniest way to truncate Call of Duty? Did Activision deliver this year? All those questions and many more are answered in the video above. Join us, gamers.
Sure, everyone’s worried about Cayde. But what Destiny 2 players have really been worried about lately is that, come September’s Forsaken expansion, we’re going to have to say goodbye to all our hard-earned gear. Fortunately, today the expansion’s director told PC Gamer that won’t be the case.
The new trailer for Destiny 2: Forsaken hints at a shocking story twist, but at least one player saw the whole thing coming days ago.
One of the highlights of Destiny 2's upcoming fall expansion is Gambit, a competitive PvE and PvP mode that asks two teams of four players to fight each other in a very different fashion. I played a few rounds of Gambit at an Activision event in Los Angeles and am pleased to say that it’s very, very good.
I sat down with Anthem, BioWare’s upcoming shared-world third-person shooter, for 30 minutes today. I came away surprised at just how good it feels to move around in the game’s fantasy sci-fi world. Flying through its gorgeous environments on my way to kill some bad guys, fix an ancient relic, or take out a giant…
This week, Destiny 2’s semi-regular Faction Rally event has returned with a lot of changes. Those changes are all for the better, particularly if you want to spend hours chasing hard-to-get rewards.
The next expansion to Destiny 2 is Forsaken, out September 4 and bringing a bunch of stuff to Bungie’s space shooter, including a wild new mode and an overhaul of how weapons work.
Bungie has been quietly working on a non-Destiny new game for some time now, and today the studio acknowledged it for the first time, announcing a partnership with Chinese publisher NetEase that will raise them $100 million.
Bungie has detailed how Destiny 2 Faction Rallies are changing for next week’s season 3 debut. There’s a new “Renown” system that increases difficulty and rewards as long as you go without dying, which sounds neat. They’re also lowering the difficulty on waves 4-7 of Escalation Protocol, which, good.