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Activision and Bungie have lifted the lid on Destiny’s first expansion pack, The Dark Below, and are ready to share some details on the game’s downloadable content pack before it arrives this December.
As expected with any major retail release these days, details on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Season Pass have surfaced earlier today.
If nothing else, 2014 should be remembered as the year of undue hype.
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There is not one singular thing that Destiny does exceptionally well. In fact, one might argue that Bungie’s attempts at making something groundbreaking fall short and undefined.
Activision has announced that it sold in more than $500 million of Destiny worldwide when it launched on Tuesday.
Activision and Bungie release a much eagerly anticipated trailer for the soon to be released, Destiny. Venus looks immense, as expected.
Gamescom 2014 | Activision Celebrates Most Pre-Ordered New IP In History with New Destiny Multiplayer Trailer
A game made by the creators of the immensely popular Halo series and a publisher who is responsible for the extremely popular Call of Duty franchise; Destiny had high expectations and talent behind it from the very beginning.
When Bungie and Activision released the beta versions of Destiny on Microsoft and Sony’s consoles, nearly every gamer online and in the streets talked about it. Today, we’ve learned from the company that over 4.6 million people have participated in the beta, which came to a close last Sunday.
This year’s edition of Activision’s hit franchise is changing up the formula just enough to add some fresh ideas while retaining the identity that has made it so successful in the past with the brand new Skylanders: Trap Team.
For Bungie fans, it’s been four years since the studio bid Halo, and Xbox exclusivity, goodbye. The studio will return to the house that Spartan-117 built this week, when the Destiny beta opens for both Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Following Grand Theft Auto’s recent lawsuit with Lindsay Lohan, it looks like Activision will be facing a similar one.