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After revealing the first live gameplay of upcoming sci-fi title Destiny at Sony's E3 2013 PlayStation press conference and last week offering a HD version of the gameplay, Bungie has once again released a new version of the same live gameplay footage, however this time with developer commentary.

Taking to the virtual stage to help explain in more detail about what exactly is going on within the gameplay video is technical art director Ryan Ellis, environment artist Mark Peterson and environmental art lead Mike Zak.

Check it out below for their insightful commentary on just what they decided to showcase to the world and what we can expect for the future. Destiny is in development for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, though Bungie has hinted that other platforms aren’t off the cards. No release date has yet been announced.

For those who may have missed our recent coverage on Destiny, you can check out our in-depth reveal feature, a GDC interview, and an extensive E3 interview.




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