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As Future 2 Puzzle Stretches Into Second Day, Bungie Advises It is “a Marathon, Not a Dash”

Obtained a information tip? Is there one thing you assume we must be reporting on? E mail news@usgamer.net. Nothing will get the Future 2 neighborhood going like an excellent puzzle, and this week Bungie’s unleashed an particularly devious problem. Widespread Future streamers and scores of different gamers have been working to crack the brand new Corridors of Time puzzle for greater than a day, and a brand new message from Bungie suggests the top is not in sight simply but. “The answer is a marathon, not a dash,” reads the…

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Bungie Will Cease Future 2’s Eververse Map Icon From Continually Blinking

Obtained a information tip? Is there one thing you assume we ought to be reporting on? E-mail news@usgamer.net. The Vacation-themed Dawning occasion kicked off in Future 2 again in December. Ever since then, the Eververse icon on the map has had a blinking icon, suggesting there’s one thing new there for gamers to gather. Factor is, there hasn’t been something new there for gamers. Pour via the Eververse retailer as you may, clicking on each merchandise accessible for buy with Silver (the sport’s microtransaction foreign money), and the blinking icon…

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Bungie on the Prospect of a Future TV Present or Movie: “Something Is Potential”

Obtained a information tip? Is there one thing you assume we ought to be reporting on? E mail news@usgamer.net. In a means, Future’s story goes as deep as you’d prefer it to. If you happen to’re content material to play by way of missions and watch the cutscenes, you may have a good concept of the photo voltaic system’s numerous conflicts, and should you go all in for Grimoire entries you may have centuries of lore earlier than you. In a brand new interview, Bungie’s inventive lead Robbie Stevens says…

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Destiny 3 News Won’t Come Soon; Bungie Wants to Focus on Sequel Updates and Content

Bungie’s Destiny franchise is definitely considered one of the biggest of this decade, with both of its entries breaking records and receiving critical acclaim from outlets and fans alike. The looter-shooter RPG received its original entry back in 2014, followed by an entry three years later in September 2017. This sparked speculation Bungie wants to continue its three-year trend and release Destiny 3 in 2020. However, it doesn’t look like it will happen. During an interview with the studio’s Communications Director David ‘DeeJ’ Dague by PCGamesN, he clarified Bungie’s direction with the Destiny franchise for 2020 and announcing…

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Bungie Originally Wanted Halo Reach to Just be Called “Reach”

[quads id=10] Got a news tip? Is there something you think we should be reporting on? Email news@usgamer.net. In celebration of Halo Reach’s addition to The Master Chief Collection and release on PC, a handful of current and former Bungie employees on Twitter shared memories under the hashtag #ReachMemory. In the tag you’ll find fond accounts of working on the Firefight mode, hear how its famous final mission almost got cut, and see how it felt for one Halo fan to become a Bungie dev. One tidbit, though, stands out…

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Bungie is Dropping Some Cryptic Teasers for Destiny 2

Got a news tip? Is there something you think we should be reporting on? Email news@usgamer.net. Destiny 2 players have been slowly climbing up in Power level, grinding to be the first to reach whatever the cap might be. One player, Bagel4k, finally reached it and was soon after subjected to a trial; now, victorious, it seems like the climb was only the start of something more sinister in the Destiny universe. Last night, Bagel4k hit Power level 999 and subsequently tackled the Shattered Throne, a special dungeon in Destiny’s…

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Bungie Pleads With Idlers in New Destiny 2 Patch Notes: “Seriously, Just Play the Game”

Got a news tip? Is there something you think we should be reporting on? Email news@usgamer.net. After some brief maintenance, Destiny 2 is back with a new update kicking off 2019’s spooky Festival of the Lost event. The 2.6.1 patch is pretty wide-ranging, addressing everything from balance changes to accessibility options, but the most interesting change comes with an exasperated request: Bungie wants people to just, y’know, play the darn game. Buried in a huge list of changes to “investment” in Destiny 2 (basically, anything to do with loot, vendors,…

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