Playstation revealed what their Destiny-exclusive content will be. I’ve included the full blog post below, but you can also read it on their site. This is a timed-exclusive. [divider] During last week’s PlayStation E3 2014 Press Conference, you might remember the illustrious Adam Boyes noting that PlayStation owners were set to receive a ton of exclusive Destiny content — literally too much to detail in the show itself. Now that the E3 hubbub has died down, I asked Bungie and the PlayStation elders to share those details right here on PlayStation.Blog for the first time. At launch, PS4 and PS3 owners will get exclusive access to a unique co-op
The Fallen House of Devils in the Cosmodrome sustain their strength through a single, exalted Servitor known as Sepiks Prime. MoreConsole found where this keeper of souls resides and destroyed him. I really enjoyed watching this 20-minute Strike gameplay, hopefully you will too.
Searching all of the nooks and crannies in the Destiny Alpha can be not only time consuming, but it can also lead you into some dangerous territory. Some players have managed to stumble upon a Hive Ogre who hides in the depths of caves. While this is a tutorial on how to find the Hive Ogre it is not a tutorial on how to kill them. [yframe url=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyDMP0lBV1E’]
The recent E3 Gameplay Experience Trailer featured a map with some familiar and not-so familiar locations in Destiny. Specifically, more light has been shed on “The Reef” location as well as the playable locations on Venus. Venus Earth The Tower Moon Mars The Reef The Reef looks to be spaceship wasteland and debris field located in the asteroid belt. The Reef also has a ruling Queen who some believe to be this woman pictured at 6:27 in the experience trailer.
Bungie co-founder, Jason Jones, details everything you need to know about Destiny. Destiny’s Public Beta begins on July 17th, and launches worldwide on September 9th, 2014.
Bungie has gone the next step in creating a skybox that truly feels alive. In Destiny, the cloud patterns are ever changing to provide you with a real sense of immersion as you go about your day exploring the worlds. Digital Foundry even created an amazing timelapse to demonstrate this beautiful feature.
After the recent announcement that the June SDK will give a 10% GPU boost to the Xbox One, Geoff Keighley confirmed that Destiny will run at 1080p @ 30fps (frames per second). After @xboxp3 interview I’ve been asking devs about impact of new Xbox sdk on perf. Bungie says it will get Destiny to 1080p/30fps on XB1. — Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) June 10, 2014 This June SDK is said to have brought the Xbox One on par with the PS4’s resolution. [divider] No Splitscreen In other news, it has also been confirmed that Destiny will not support splitscreen gameplay. #Destiny
Bungie has updated their site with a list of playable game-modes in Destiny. They have 5 game modes listed and a mystery mode that has yet to be revealed, although evidence points to it being “Raids” (Above). [divider] Crucible (Competitive Multiplayer) Enter the Crucible to hone your competitive skills against other Guardians in arenas that span the solar system. Victory will earn you rewards and reputation. [toggle title=”Crucible Gameplay” state=”close” ] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8vUEhpoKuA More gameplay here[/toggle] [divider] Explore (On-Demand Adventure) Revisit the worlds you have discovered to aid the City in their exploration efforts, seek out valuable resources in order to