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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 09:27am 03/09/14 | 0 Comments
It's as if you were using Google Maps and Street View, only instead of having a look at your own house, your mate's house or the Pyramids (who hasn't?), you're going off-world via Google Technologies into the world(s) of Destiny.
Created using Google Technologies, Destiny Planet View gives fans an immersive first look of Destiny's in-game locations on Mars, Venus and the Moon. While the experience only reveals a small slice of Destiny's massive worlds, users will be able step through each area and discover useful lore, gameplay tips and even a few hidden real-world and in-game incentives along the way.
Destiny is already closing in fast, and an awesome feature like this only wants us to explore all the game has to offer more.

Click here to head to Planet View or watch a video of the feature embedded below. Destiny arrives next Monday, September 9 for PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360.




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