Leaked promo materials tips off new info on the Victorian Era Assassin’s Creed game.
Destiny is getting an arena-based Firefight-esque gametype with end-round bosses, progressively difficult waves of baddies, and tons of loot.
On the heels of Destiny’s new 1.1.2 update, data-miners uncover full details on what’s included in the new House of Wolves expansion.
Xur brings more lackluster exotic gear to the Tower, but there’s some gems hidden in the mix as well. Jump in to see which items are worth buying and why.
That mysterious merchant is back again, and this time he’s brought the Red Death pulse rifle, an exotic helmet engram, heavy weapon synthesis and more!
In this week: Heavy Ammo Synthesis, Ice Breaker, decent stat rolls on armor upgrades and a few other goodies in Xur’s travel bag.
The Reef looks to be the home away from home for Guardians in the new House of Wolves expansion, plus we get a closer look at the new Belly of the Beast Level 28 Strike.
To buy or not to buy, that is the question.
Destiny’s new “Reputation Panel” lets Guardians check their faction reputation without having to return to the Tower.
Ready for the new Destiny expansion? Well you might have to wait until June to get it.
A Japanese gamer glitches into Destiny’s new House of Wolves DLC and leaks a bunch of in-game items.
To buy or not to buy? Xur returns to the Tower for another week of sales, but his wares aren’t very exceptional.
How many Strikes does it take to earn a Hawkmoon?
Prepare to meet your doom next Wednesday.
To buy or not to buy; that is the question. What goodies does Xur have for us this week?
Lord Saladin raises the Iron Banner and Bungie fixes and nerfs major aspects of the Crota’s End raid, plus new weekly challenges are rotated.
Data-miners have dug deep into Destiny’s new DLC and have unearthed new hidden treasures. Here are their finds.
A leaked image reveals Bungie’s DLC structure for Destiny, including possible release dates, expansion names, and a new content pack known as “Comets” .
Bungie is temporarily locking huge portions of Destiny’s end-game content behind DLC paywalls in an effort to push sales.
Xur is back with four fresh new exotics along with a number of weapon and armor upgrades.