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Bungie hires Destiny streamer to help fix the game

Over the last few months, Bungie has been trying to figure out how to improve Destiny 2 and adjust it to meet long-term players’ expectations. This culminated in a ‘community summit’ last week, where notable streamers and YouTubers gathered with the developers to discuss changes for the future. Now, Bungie …

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Destiny 2’s console launch has proven a success

Earlier this week, Destiny 2 managed to surpass 1.2 million concurrent players on console alone, reaching 1.3 million as of developer Bungie’s blog update last night. Publisher Activision has continued to share the good news about Destiny 2’s success by revealing the console launch press release. “With franchise pre-order records …

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Destiny now sells overpriced level boosters

Destiny fans have grown wary of Bungie in recent months, thanks to the introduction of micro-transactions and the change of business model following the launch of The Taken King expansion. While these extra purchases started out as packs of ‘Silver’ to buy social or cosmetic items, it has now evolved …

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Halo 5: Guardians is a massive game

Microsoft’s biggest exclusive of the year is about to roll around in a few weeks time and it looks like retail copies are leaking out already. Halo 5: Guardians is due out on the 27th of October but just days after the game going gold (meaning ready to ship), images …

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Halo and Destiny composer wins lawsuit against Bungie

Last year it was revealed that Marty O’Donnell, the soundtrack composer for the Halo series and later on, Destiny at Bungie, had filed a lawsuit against the studio. Now, after some time going through the legal process, Marty has won his case, receiving a fairly substantial payout. In addition to …

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Bungie hires on Destiny subreddit mod as community manger

While games development itself is a tricky business, managing the mammoth communities that can form around them can be even harder. That’s especially so if you’re running an MMO, with ever evolving content, meta games and player numbers, so keeping your ear in to the ground is important. That’s why …

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