1. creaky

    Destiny 2's Black Armoury will let you raise your Power level to 650

    Bungie has spilled more details on Destiny 2's Black Armoury DLC, confirming the expansion will bump up the Power level by 50 points. This means Guardians will be able to grind towards a total Power level of 650. The good news is you can start acquiring gear over 600 if you own Forsaken, so you...
  2. creaky

    Bungie wants you to tie up loose ends in Destiny before Destiny 2

    Bungie has promised to 'honour veteran players' of Destiny that hop on board Destiny 2, and in a recent blog post it's revealed a little more of what that means, in an effort to make sure players have done everything they wanted in the original before Destiny 2 arrives. It's listed at least...
  3. creaky

    Destiny 2 is coming to PC exclusively via Blizzard's Battle.net

    Michael Morhaime, the president of Blizzard Entertainment, just crashed the end of the Destiny 2 livestream to announce that Destiny 2 is coming to PC exclusively via Battle.net. Battle.net is Blizzard's online portal for their games, including the MMORPG World of Warcraft, and Overwatch...
  4. creaky

    Character Progress Will Not Carry Over From Destiny to Destiny 2

    Hundreds of hours sunk into a single Destiny character might not mean too much when its sequel launches later this year. Bungie has confirmed that character progression will not be carried over from the first to Destiny 2. On the game’s official website, Bungie gets a little more specific by...
  5. agamer

    Major Destiny update coming early April

    Destiny’s next big content update, update 2.2.0, will arrive on April 12. True to previous teasers, Bungie is promising a significant Light increase with update 2.2.0. An exact Light value has not been provided, but going by previous updates and expansions, we can expect a three- to four-level...
  6. creaky

    Destiny 2 will not launch as expected in September, a new report has claimed.

    The full sequel to Destiny has yet to be officially confirmed but is widely known to be in production due to Bungie's 10-year development roadmap (which planned to alternate bi-annual game releases with The Taken King-style expansions). But Destiny 2 will not make its September 2016 launch...
  7. creaky

    Destiny nerfs long-range shotguns in update 2.0.1

    Bungie gives with one hand and nerfs with the other. While Destiny patch 2.0.1 will will mark the return of Tess Everis and the rise of ever more dance emotes next week, it will also mean the (temporary) departure of one of the most desirable/overpowered shotgun perks in the Crucible: Shot...
  8. creaky

    Introducing Eververse Trading Company

    Bungie has announced the introduction of real-money purchases in Destiny's second year, starting with a batch of new emotes. In-game purchases will be connected to the game’s sprawling fiction by the return of Tess Everis, an Awoken merchant who runs a storefront in The Tower for the Eververse...
  9. creaky

    Destiny Gear Manager Now In Closed Beta

    Destiny players will soon have a new way to manage their huge collections of equipment. Now that Destiny offers more vault space gear management isn’t as painful as it used to be. But there are still plenty of players shuffling guns between three characters – and keeping their fireteams...
  10. creaky

    Bungie made Destiny’s Taken King raid in reverse & has a secret twist coming

    Finally, Destiny: The Taken King is upon us. New content! New story! Even a new Ghost! It's Bungie's biggest and most ambitious expansion yet, with the update's centrepiece - the King's Fall raid, featuring new big bad Oryx - being set for release a few days later for regular Destiny players...
  11. creaky

    Destiny's Year 2 update is out now, and it's massive

    Dinklebot is dead, long live Nolandroid. Bungie has released Destiny's giant Year 2 Update across all platforms, and if you want to see all its fundamental changes firsthand, you'd better get downloading now - it's 18 GB on PS4 and Xbox One, and 10 GB on Xbox 360 and PS3 (don't forget to leave...
  12. creaky

    Destiny: The Taken King's Newest Gameplay Trailer

    The launch gameplay trailer for The Taken King has now been released, you can watch it below. The update launches on September 15 on all platforms.
  13. creaky

    Destiny's New Raid Won't Be Available When The Taken King Launches

    Destiny's new raid, King's Fall, won't be available right away when The Taken King launches on September 15. Creative director Luke Smith says in a new interview that Bungie has a date in mind for when it will make the new raid available, but it won't be on day one. "We definitely have a plan...
  14. creaky

    Bungie Teases Destiny: Taken King's New Raid, the Game's Biggest Ever

    Source: Bungie Teases Destiny: Taken King's New Raid, the Game's Biggest Ever - GameSpot This sounds like it's going to be hard to complete
  15. creaky

    Destiny: The Taken King's strikes will be more interesting and rewarding, Bungie says

    Destiny developer Bungie spent almost all of today's livestream for The Taken King on a playthrough of Shield Brothers, one of the expansion's new strikes, and the studio discussed its revised design philosophy for strikes as well. James Tsai, design lead for strikes, appeared on the livestream...
  16. creaky

    Destiny: The Taken King changes Light leveling completely

    Destiny is overhauling character and Light levels, but your old, Light-rich gear still has one last boon to offer. When The Taken King expansion goes live in September, your gear will determine your newly unified character level. In other words, don't dismantle any of your high-Light gear...
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