Destiny 2 and the Assassin’s Creed series are about to collide in a new exciting event. Users who play either of the games can look
The Destiny 2 cheat seller AimJunkies, which was sued by Bungie last year, is now countersuing the company for hacking and DMCA violations. AimJunkies claims
Destiny 2 is set to receive new dedicated seasonal content ahead of the larger Destiny 2 Lightfall expansion next year. Here’s everything you need to know.
New details related to the upcoming Destiny 2: Lightfall expansion suggest the game will get a new green Strand poison and parkour subclass and new monetization
Bungie will keep suing cheaters and harassers because it’s not only the “right thing to do”, but it’s also “good business.”
Bungie has reduced communications with players following a bout of very real threats and serious harassment targeted at the studio.
Bungie’s lawsuit is against a Twitch streamer who created over a dozen Destiny 2 accounts to cheat the game and sold social media accounts and harassed workers.
Bungie is hiring a senior concept artist to work on a new exciting title set in the Destiny universe. The game will have competitive elements in the experience.
Bungie has opened up pre-orders for the Destiny 2 Nerf Gjallarhorn but sadly South Africans can’t purchase the toy. Maybe it is for the best given its price.
Bungie is suing Destiny YouTuber for $7.7 million in damages as Nick Minor aka Lord Nazo is named as the party responsible for issuing fake DMCA notices