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Post by Eorl @ 04:53pm 14/02/14 | 1 Comments
Destiny developer Bungie has taken to their blog to unveil the first of what is presumed to be many player vehicles available in their upcoming online shooter, named the 'Shrike'.

Looking like something out of a Star Wars film, the Shrike will allow players to traverse the harsh world of Destiny, describing the vehicle as "sleek, nimble and fast". If this is pod racing, I want in.

"The ability to summon a vehicle on demand turns you and your friends into a futuristic biker gang," said artist Tom Doyle. "Getting from point A to point B should be fun... not a menu option."

The Shrike will be available for upgrades, and comes in three distinct colours matching the in-game classes; Hunter, Titan and Warlock. We presume many more vehicles are soon to be revealed ahead of their beta come Winter this year, so stay tuned for more.

Destiny will be available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One come September 9th.

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Posted 06:02pm 14/2/14
Bungie just can't stop trying to copy Tribes, can they?
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