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Post by Eorl @ 05:26pm 11/03/14 | 1 Comments
A new trailer from Halo creator Bungie has shown off some more footage for upcoming socially geared console shooter Destiny, this time talking up the PlayStation 4's share button functionality and giving us a glimpse at some brand new gameplay footage.

Described as less of an MMO and more of a "shared-world shooter", Destiny takes place on a futuristic Earth where you are tasked as a Guardian of the last city. The new trailer gives a glimpse at this futuristic world, including a focus on the more social aspects that Bungie are opting for. Oh yeah, there are also cool futuristic speed bikes that I would totally purchase.

Destiny is heading for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One come September 9th. A beta is scheduled for sometime during the Winter part of this year, with PlayStation pre-orders getting early access ahead of the Xbox beta.






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strelokgunslinger
Posted 10:18am 12/3/14
Looks like Bungie will never learn to center the reticle in their games post Halo 1
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