Bungie’s Luke Smith has detailed the Power (or Light to us originals) requirement for Destiny 2‘s first Raid, Leviathan. Surprisingly, we’re not going to have to scramble to reach 300 as some originally believed. Instead, Smith says we should be

Bungie has confirmed which of Destiny 2‘s events will feature loadout locks and which will not. The clarification has come after it was erroneously stated that Raids would feature locked loadouts, meaning players couldn’t leave an event and rejoin with

Destiny 2 will drop random rolls for weaponry, Bungie’s Luke Smith recently confirmed. “There aren’t random rolls on weapons anymore,” Smith told Mashable. “Better Devils is a Crucible hand cannon [in Destiny 2], and what it has on it is what

Destiny 2 won’t support private PvP matches at launch and will not support Guided Games for Heroic Raids, Bungie’s Luke Smith recently confirmed. Smith dropped the two bombshells with Kotaku on its E3 podcast. First, PvP. Smith confirmed that private

Destiny 2‘s exclusive content on PS4 will eventually head to Xbox One and PC in 2018, Bungie today confirmed. The news was confirmed by Luke Smith via Twitter. Destiny 2's PlayStation exclusive content will arrive on Xbox One and PC

Destiny 2 heads to both Xbox One and PS4 on 6 September and PC on 26 October, Activision today confirmed. Activision’s blog today confirmed the release dates alongside those of the game’s upcoming betas. Those who’ve pre-ordered the title will gain

IGN recently reported on data miners who allege that Destiny‘s newest microtransactions could go beyond cosmetic items to those that would affect the game’s balance. Three new items have been uncovered via the game’s patch files, including Valorous Light, Heuristic Light