Looks like the war against the Darkness will continue unabated through the holidays, as Bungie has announced the first details and release date for Destiny's Dark Below expansion.
Based on player feedback, Bungie has announced some changes that are going into the Iron Banner events of Destiny.
Surprising almost nobody, Destiny leads the sales in Sept. 2014, according to the NPD.
Somebody better plug up that Destiny boat, because leaks keep happening. This time, new gear sets have been found for the Dark Below downloadable content.
Bungie has announced that it's changing the damage output of Destiny's gun types as it boards up yet another loot cave (don't worry, there are more out there).
Guardians have found yet another one of Destiny's upcoming DLC areas.
Bungie's Destiny is now one month old, averages 3.2 million players daily and reminds us a lot of Phantasy Star Online.
Looks like Rick Grimes and the rest of his crew from 'The Walking Dead' aren't the only ones who shouldn't have gone into Terminus.
Bad news for those wanted to play Destiny this morning -- its servers are down. Fortunately, the game will be getting some client and server fixes as well as a new Iron Crucible event.
Bungie's latest update to Destiny improves the items you receive from the Cryptarch and hints at the possibility of raid matchmaking in the future.