Here is a new image from Bungie’s upcoming new game Destiny. It features a four armed character seated in a throne and looking at a mini Death Star or some such. I like the design but my verdict on the game is still out. I like Bungie and what they did with Halo and all but this new sci-fi venture seems too much like what they have done. I was hoping for a bit more creatively. It’s still early and I’m not disregarding it or anything. I just do not have my interest sufficiently peaked as of yet.
Yesterday, Bungie co-founder Jason Jones shared a simple message with PlayStation fans around the world:
Destiny is being developed for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, with both versions available at Destiny’s launch.
Bungie has announced Destiny, a persistent, online, Massively Multiplayer First Person Shooter. It seems a bit early to announce a game that won’t be available for at least another 10 months and probably a year, but Bungie felt it was the right time.
I have my doubts, even this early on, about whether Destiny is something to even pay attention to at this time. I strongly feel that rather than get pulled into the hype cyclone, gamers should take a “wait and see” approach even considering a “trusted” developer like Bungie.
After a long period of darkness, Bungie is ready to unveil its new universe filled with mystery, adventure, and action. For the first time, the team — including studio co-founder and project director Jason Jones — talks about its vision, and the creative process behind Destiny, Bungie’s most ambitious project yet.
Bungie has a bit of a mystery going on over at their site. Heading to this link:
will take you to a mysterious page asking you to align the day’s pattern to the light. What does it mean? Well doing so will take you to another page that states the following: