Jul. 13 2014BETA 101 - How to Stream and Share Destiny from Your Home Console
The Destiny Beta launches on July 17th. It’s almost time to share your experiences in the wild with your fans and followers from around the globe. Following these easy steps to stream and share your Destiny gameplay and become legend!Read more
11 Apr 2014Destiny Looks Beautiful Even When It's Standing Still
This isn't technically a screenshot, since it's a lot of screenshots stitched together to form a panorama, but still. The effect is stunning.Read more at Kotaku
Feb. 4 2014What It’s Like to Play Destiny Competitive Multiplayer
Destiny's "Crucible" mode feels familiar, and that isn't necessarily a bad thing.It feels like Halo. I’d heard this even before laying hands on Destiny for the first time, and wondered if it was a lazy comparison.Read more at Time
Feb. 26 2014E3 2014: Inside the massive world of 'Destiny'
It started out as a simple scouting mission. Roaming freely through the world of Destiny, the next shooter from famed Halo studio Bungie, my character is dispatched to assess enemy forces. Naturally, this doesn't end as quietly as expected. My Warlock jumps into a heavy firefight, employing an array of shotguns and pulse rifles to pick off vandals.Read more at USA Today
Jan. 10 2014E3: Can Bungie's Destiny become bigger than Halo?
The games studio that launched the bestselling Halo franchise is hoping to emulate its success with Destiny. Bungie's game combines the traditional first-person shooter genre with a massively multiplayer online (MMO) environment - the term given to titles that can support large numbers of people playing in the same landscape simultaneously.Read more at BBC
Nov. 25 2013E3 2014: A DATE WITH DESTINY
The more I see Destiny, the more I “get it.” The more I look at it, the more I appreciate its subtle visual touches that make this barren future-Earth a gorgeous place. The more I play it, the more I start to love it. In other words, the longer I’m logged in to Destiny, the less I ever want to log out.Read more at IGN
Oct. 9 2013Destiny is better with friends, and Bungie wants to prove it to you
Prior to trying the Destiny First Look Alpha on PlayStation 4 last week, I didn’t feel like Bungie had given people all that much reason to get excited about its upcoming first-person shooter. The studio had played it close to the vest ever since the game’s official unveiling in early 2013, drip-feeding information in developer diaries and providing few details at press events. There simply wasn’t much to go on, beyond some intriguing screenshots and brief trailers.Read more at Polygon