Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Bungie

Destiny: The Taken King prologue cinematic trailer released

Destiny (PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One) The Taken King Intro - Screenshot 1

Bungie has released the prologue cinematic from Destiny: The Taken King. The upcoming add-on, set to release next month, will add new subclasses as well as new strikes, gear, and enemies. The upcoming quest will pit players against Oryx, a powerful Taken King who leads a massive army of corrupted taken.

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Trailer, eight-minute video released for Destiny: The Taken King

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Activision has a new trailer as well as a video breakdown for Destiny: The Taken King. Originally shown at Sony’s E3 press conference, the trailer offers the first glimpse at the upcoming add-on, while an eight-minute-long ‘vidoc’ provides a deeper look at what Bungie has in store. The expansion will add new subclasses along with new strikes, gear, and enemies. The latest threat is Oryx, the powerful Taken King who commands an army of corrupted taken that must be confronted in a new campaign.

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Halo 3: ODST, new map launch for Halo: The Master Chief Collection

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Microsoft released new content for Halo: The Master Chief Collection over the weekend. In addition to the new multiplayer map Remnant, a re-imaged version of Halo 2’s Relic, a beefed-up 1080p, 60fps version of Halo 3: ODST’s campaign has also gone live. ODST is free for those who logged into Live and played the Collection between November 11 and December 19, while everyone else can grab it from the Xbox Store for $4.99. Those who qualify for the free version will receive a download code at the email address registered through Live.

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Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves out now on Live, PSN

Destiny Expansion II House of Wolves  (PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Bungie has released Destiny’s second expansion pack, House of Wolves. The download adds quite a bit, including the three-player co-op arena Prison of Elders, the weekly three-versus-three multiplayer event Trials of Osiris, the Strike mission The Shadow Thief, and new story missions and quests. Additionally, the level cap has been raised to 34, with gear ascension to increase the level of Legendary and Exotic kit. Other additions include a new social space within The Reef, which offers new bounties and rewards. There are also new weapons and armor, and three new versus multiplayer maps (Black Shield, Thieves’ Den, and Widow’s Court), with PlayStation versions receiving a time-exclusive fourth map, Timekeeper, set to head to Xbox this fall. And as a bonus for the entire community, all competitive maps from the first expansion, The Dark Below, are available to everyone.

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Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves gets behind-the-scenes video

Bungie has followed up its Twitch streams with a new behind-the-scenes video for Destiny’s upcoming add-on Expansion II: House of Wolves. The expansion launches May 19, and for the past few weeks, the studio has been hosting livestreams of the new content with members of the development team and community. They announced some stats from the campaign today, and it seems that the three-week series has done well, as it has become this year’s biggest game reveal on Twitch, with 1.5 million views and a peak of 180,000-plus concurrent viewers. To catch up on the streams, head on over to Bungie’s Twitch channel.

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Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves co-op event to debut on Twitch

Destiny (PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One) DLC Episode 2 Twitch Prison of Elders Announcement - Screenshot 1

Bungie is set to stream more of Destiny’s second expansion, House of Wolves, tomorrow. Kicking off at 1 p.m. (CST) community manager Deej will once again be hosting a livestream playthrough, this time of a new Horde-style co-op arena activity set in the Prison of Elders, where three players must defend against waves of enemies. Other guests will include lead designer Matt Sammons and player ProfessorBroman. To check out the event, head to their Twitch channel.

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New Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves event to debut on Twitch

Destiny (PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One) DLC Episode 2 Twitch Trials of Osiris Announcement - Screenshot 1

Bungie is continuing their livestream run of Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves tomorrow. Starting at 1:00 p.m. (CST), Bungie community manager Deej, design leads Lars Bakken and Derek Carroll, and player tripleWreck will play Trials of Osiris, a new three-versus-three Crucible event, on the studio’s Twitch channel. The victors will be rewarded with endgame kit sporting an Osiris theme.

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Bungie to livestream tour of Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves

Destiny (PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One) DLC Episode 2 Twitch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Bungie will be showing off the next Destiny expansion, House of Wolves, tomorrow on Twitch. Beginning at 1 p.m. (CST) on the studio’s official Twitch channel, Bungie community manager Deej will host a gameplay tour with creative director Christopher Barrett and community member Gothalion. The session will cover all of the material being added, including the new vendors and social space, The Reef.

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Prologue video released for Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves

Bungie has released the prologue for Bungie’s second expansion pack, House of Wolves. In the video, Guardians are offered vast riches to track down and kill traitorous Fallen, who responded to a gesture of mercy with violence. Not to mention it looks really nice—anyone else wanting to see this extended out to an actual short?

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(Xbox One Review) Halo: The Master Chief Collection

(Xbox One Review) Halo: The Master Chief Collection

” … it’s now a much better representation of the series that came to define the Xbox.”

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