Engadget apparently leaked this article a couple of hours before today’s livestream. You can find the original Reddit post here. You can view the megathread discussion on Reddit here, or you can recap on the livestream by viewing the attributed live thread that went up for the event.
Announced January 10th, 2019, Bungie and Activision have gone their separate ways. Bungie still holds the rights to Destiny, naturally, and will self-publish for the foreseeable future.
It’s Year 2 for Destiny 2 and it’s that spooky time of year again. As you know, I’ve been playing Forsaken for a few weeks. In that time, I’ve encountered tons of fun, but also been reminded that for a family man with a busy schedule, it’s rough putting in any significant amount of time to any game.
Here’s a brief overview of how it works:
As you know, I picked up Destiny 2 for cheap way back when. I played it for a few hours, semi-enjoyed it, then went back to playing Overwatch and Mass Effect 3 when I got bored of the grind.
Destiny 2 just received it’s Warmind DLC this past week, so I figured now would be a good time to mention that Humble Bundle is offering Destiny 2 if you subscribe […]