We have finally heard the Destiny theme song featuring the Beatles' Paul McCartney and longtime Halo composer Martin O'Donnell, and it wasn't what we expected.
Remember the dance-filled intro sequence to 'Guardians of the Galaxy?' This awesome Destiny player sure did.
Destiny already has new event content coming for those eager to see what else lies in the cracks of Venus and beyond.
In which we explore our Destiny as depicted in amazing fan art.
Time for Bungie and Activision to party, because Destiny just became the biggest new video game franchise launch in history.
Someone with a lot of time on their hands couldn't wait for their local (or digital) midnight release of Destiny and has recreated the entire Tower hub in Minecraft, with the massive sphere/corpse of the Traveler included.
We fully expect Destiny to break all kinds of records after it launches, because a game like this with a pedigree like Bungie's is destined for great things.
Bungie has opened the floodgates by allowing all digitally downloaded versions of Destiny on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 upgrade to the digital, current-gen editions of the game for free.
We've seen some weird ads before, and we've seen our share of passive aggressive behavior too, but this new ad website from Microsoft is the strangest one of all.
Bungie has optimized the PS Vita's control schemes for those who would like to play the upcoming shooter via the PlayStation 4's Remote Play.