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While Destiny 2 was one of the best-selling games of 2017, many were disappointed upon the release of the game’s first expansion Curse of Osiris, as it disabled players from accessing Iron Banner and Faction Rally even though they had previously been available for all players since launch. Today, Bungie and Activision reversed that decision
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If you were planning on raiding or leveling up your character in Destiny 2 mid-day tomorrow, you may want to reconsider your plans. Developer Bungie has announced that the first-person shooter/MMO will go offline during that period tomorrow. The maintenance is set to start tomorrow, January 3, 2018, at 7:00 a.m. PDT (10:00 a.m. EDT). At this time
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Bungie and Activision just released a new teaser trailer of Destiny 2‘s upcoming first expansion Curse of Osiris. The video hits you where it counts, and that’s in the loot, showcasing some of the new weapons and armor that will come with the expansion. We also get another look at the previously-revealed “Mic Drop” emote that
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During a press event in Paris, DualShockers took part in a presentation showcasing plenty of details of Destiny 2‘s upcoming expansion Curse of Osiris, directly from Bungie. The expansion adds a new chapter to the world of Destiny 2, plunging players in the middle of a big cinematic story with new characters and a new destination, Mercury,
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Earlier today, the director behind Destiny 2, Christopher Barrett, listed off some improvements the team is looking to add to the endgame content in a blog post on Bungie’s official website. Some new details about next week’s update 1.0.6. were also included. The update will focus on fixing an emote issue, as well as making sure there are more
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Destiny 2 is leagues beyond its predecessor. Sure, in terms of story, design, and improvements, but many players have been talking about changes they would like to see made to the end-game content so that players are encouraged to play even after they reach the max light level. In the latest “This Week at Bungie”
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Sony Interactive Entertainment have revealed the PlayStation Store’s top-downloaded games for the month of September (2017) for both North America and Europe. As you may remember, last month the North American PS4 chart was topped by EA’s Madden NFL18, the latest installment in EA’s popular and annual football simulation series. However, this month Madden has slipped to the No.4
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The latest UK weekly sales chart is in, and just like the last two weeks: Destiny 2 is once again sitting prettily at the top. Publisher Activision has now accumulated 11 number ones this year across Destiny 2, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Racing in right behind Destiny 2 is Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios’ Project
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Destiny 2 is lightyears beyond its predecessor. The introduction of an actual antagonist, story missions that provide meaningful content and deliver it in a way that is fun to experience, and diverse means of acquiring loot for your Guardian throughout make the game a joy to play from start to finish. While it isn’t without
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The Japanese arm of Sony Interactive Entertainment released its weekly sales chart for PS4 digital downloads, related to theperiod between September 4th and September 10th. This week is rather interesting as it sees the debut of Bungie’s Destiny 2. Check out the chart below. Destiny 2 Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry  Everybody’s Golf Dragon Quest III
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Surprise, surprise, the 36th week of the UK sales chart has been topped by the newly-released, Destiny 2, which is arguably the year’s “biggest” release yet. Thus it is no surprise that Bungie and Activision’s Destiny 2 is the biggest launch so far this year in the UK, a title previously held by PS4 exclusive Crash Bandicoot N. Sane
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In the first Destiny shaders were basically their own individual items that you could equip and unequip at any time, with rarity and all. Destiny 2 has changed that: while shaders are still their own individual items, they can only be applied to one item at a time and once they’re used they’re taken out of your inventory. So
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Bungie just announced on Twitter that its recently-released online first-person shooter Destiny 2 has reached a rather flattering milestone. According to the developers, the game reached and passed 1.2 million concurrent players about twenty minutes ago. Keep in mind that we’re not talking about total players, but players online at the same time on PS4
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Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Bungie released a new trailer of the upcoming online first person shooter Destiny 2. The trailer features the game’s Lost Sectors, which are hidden areas that can be found across the game’s maps via careful exploration. Those unmarked vaults are full of enemies to fight and loot, and by clearing them
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Today, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Bungie released a new trailer of the upcoming online shooter Destiny 2. The trailer showcases the new map included in the game, that doesn’t just display terrain, but also tracks public events, adventures and more. The map also allows player to fast travel between landing zones without having to go
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