Last week Bungie officially announced Destiny 2 and in the process, they also confirmed that Destiny 2 would be playable on the PC. For those who are looking forward to the game, a report from Gadgets 360 has revealed that there is a chance that Destiny 2 could be available for purchase via Steam.
It was just last week that Bungie officially announced Destiny 2. However the game has not yet been released but it seems that there are talks about its future DLCs already, which we guess are to be expected although admittedly it does feel a bit early. That being said, the possible release dates of those DLCs have been revealed.
It has been over a week since Bungie confirmed that Destiny 2 is going to be coming out this year. Over the past week, the developer has released the first trailer for this game and has even confirmed when it’s going to be out. A new report suggests that the game is going to need quite a bit of free space on your system. Apparently, the Destiny 2 free space […]
With the official announcement of Destiny 2, we’re sure some gamers are wondering what will become of the original Destiny? Will it be forgotten while the folks at Bungie focus their efforts and resources towards the new game? We suppose that makes sense, since we’re sure Bungie would much rather focus on making Destiny 2 even better than its predecessor, right?
Bungie confirmed the much-awaited Destiny 2 earlier this week and it has since been providing us with more information about the title. It even released a teaser trailer for the game yesterday. Bungie has confirmed some major news about the new game today and it has also published the first proper trailer for Destiny 2. Bungie has even confirmed when it’s going to release the title.
Bungie is gradually revealing more information about the next Destiny title. Having confirmed a couple of days back that it’s going to be called Destiny 2, it released a teaser trailer for the new game yesterday which suggested that the new game is going to have an element of humor about it as well. However, the developer has confirmed one of the biggest changes that it’s making with this title. […]
Having officially confirmed Destiny 2, Bungie can now go about teasing fans until it’s ready to reveal more information about this much-awaited title. The developer has released a Destiny 2 teaser trailer merely days after sending out the first piece of artwork for the game. There’s already a lot of hype surrounding the game so it’s not like Bungie needs any help in that department.
The day that many Destiny fans had been waiting for has finally arrived. Following endless rumors about the sequel, Bungie today announced Destiny 2 officially. The developer has just shared the first piece of artwork for its upcoming title which is no doubt being anxiously awaited by millions of Destiny fans across the globe.
It goes without saying that Destiny 2 is one of the most highly anticipated games of 2017. Bungie hasn’t revealed much about this title but the little that we’ve heard so far is exciting, to say the least. A poster image belonging to an Italian retailer has been leaked online which possibly reveals when the Destiny 2 release is going to take place.
A rumor has been making the rounds for some time now among the Destiny fanbase that the sequel to this popular Bungie title is not going to support any weapons and gear from the original title. Unfortunately for those fans, Bungie has now confirmed that true. All armor, weapons, items, and emotes that players have gathered in the original Destiny title will be left behind because they will be of […]
Not a lot is known about Destiny 2 at this point in time but reports suggest that the game is in the pipeline. Bungie hasn’t said much about it as yet but Activision has now revealed a bit of information about the title. It has confirmed that the Destiny 2 release is expected to take place later this year.
While there are video game conferences held every year, with E3 probably being the biggest of them, sometimes developers prefer to hold their own events. A good example would be Blizzard and BlizzCon which has been an annual tradition for many years now. Now it looks like Bungie might have something similar planned.
Back in 2014, Bungie revealed that Destiny would not be coming to the PC as they were more focused on the console market. However recent rumors have suggested that Bungie’s stance could change with Destiny 2, and that the sequel could be making its way to the PC. Thanks to a new report, it seems that those rumors have been reaffirmed.
Video games help to bring people together, and over the years we’ve seen game developers be more than willing to help out their gamers in their marriage proposals or even weddings. The most recent is the marriage proposal between two developers: Adriel “MsMinotaur” Wallick, who organizes the annual Train Jam, and Rami Ismail who is part of developer Vlambeer.