More leaks have surfaced surrounding Destiny's upcoming "House of Wolves" add-on, which spotlight an all-new area to we'll supposedly be able to visit.
Bungie has been working on Update 1.1.1 for Destiny and is continuing to keep us in the loop in terms of what we can expect, but not everyone is excited.
While you were taking on endless Bungie Bounties in Destiny, its team was looking for a new loremaster and found one in John Ryan.
Bungie is here with another information dump about its next update to Destiny -- caterpillars and hawks and Lord Shaxx, oh my!
With Advanced Warfare, Destiny, Hearthstone, WoW, Skylanders and other hit games in 2014, we shouldn't really be surprised Activision made $4 billion in 2014.
Bungie has revealed when we should expect Destiny's upcoming House of Wolves expansion as it rolls out some significant changes for its gunplay.
Bungie is turning the tables in its newest Bungie Bounty so you can kill Destiny's top players in the World First raiding team, Invigorate Gaming.
Bungie has remained tight-lipped about Destiny's House of Wolves DLC. Luckily, some freshly leaked info clues us in as to what we should expect.
There have been many hiccups with recent games, but Bungie has always been working hard to get rid of the ones in Destiny, specifically the ammo drop.
Destiny is not an MMORPG. Call it a shared world shooter or make all of the Borderlands comparisons you want, but bundling it with all of the current MMOs does Destiny a disservice. Destiny doesn't fit into conventional labels, and perhaps it shouldn't.