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We're all over Bungie's ambitious new undertaking, Destiny, especially after having sat through an intense and rewarding presentation on the game's universe out at their Seattle HQ recently, and with the announcement of the game being in the launch window for PS4, our interest has spiked even more.

So, naturally, we're keen to consume all things Destiny, and over the weekend the nice folk at Bungie dropped two new pieces of concept art, bolstering their unique "mythic science-fiction" direction for the game's visuals. and teasing us just that oh-so more, especially with old four-arms and his thermal detonator, or whatever that is.

Click the thumbnails below for a closer look at each new piece of art, and click here for our initial thoughts on the game after our studio visit.




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