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News: Destiny's Getting Stripped Back on PS3 as Bungie Faces Memory Problems 

Destiny's Getting Stripped Back on PS3 as Bungie Faces Memory Problems 

Take 'em out back

If you've been enjoying Destiny on PlayStation 3, then you'll soon have to sacrifice the ability to compare items in your vault after the title's next update allows for more storage space. "In the case of the Vault expansion, it became clear that we would be pushing very limited memory constraints on older generation hardware,"...

News: Destiny's Next Update Could Give You More Space to Store Your Stuff

Destiny's Next Update Could Give You More Space to Store Your Stuff

Vault dweller

Destiny's next expansion, House of Wolves, may not be a here for a couple of months yet, but Guardians will be happy to know that Bungie's still busy working on tweaking the existing game. Update 1.1.2 will be deployed at some point between now and the DLC's release, and with it, the developer plans on giving you more space to store...

News: One Destiny Player Has Beaten Crota's End by Himself, Without Firing a Single Bullet 

One Destiny Player Has Beaten Crota's End by Himself, Without Firing a Single Bullet 

Hotshot

That's an impressive headline isn't it? Destiny streamer TheHM05 has managed to solo the shooter's toughest raid, and the best part is that he never once fired a single bullet. A Fireteam Also Managed to Beat Crota's End Without Firing a Bullet Using a very specialised Warlock, he was able to get through the activity using only grenades,...

News: Destiny's 1.1.1 Update Is Unleashed Tonight

Destiny's 1.1.1 Update Is Unleashed Tonight

On the pulse

Destiny's 1.1.1 patch is finally launching tonight, Bungie has confirmed via Twitter. As such, Guardians may be kicked from their current games, or may experience some technical hiccups. As for the update itself, it primarily focuses on weapon balancing. Underused for good reason, Pulse Rifles are receiving a pretty meaty 9.7 per...

News: Destiny's Next Patch Will Bring Matchmaking to Weekly Heroic Strikes

Destiny's Next Patch Will Bring Matchmaking to Weekly Heroic Strikes

Heroes unite

While some players are still desperate for the ability to automatically find other Guardians to attempt Raids with, Bungie refuses to budge on its stance of keeping matchmaking far away from Destiny's toughest trials. It is, however, bringing matchmaking to weekly heroic Strikes with the sci-fi shooter's next patch, which is still...

News: With Destiny's Next Patch, You'll Finally Be Able to See Your Reputation Levels at Anytime

With Destiny's Next Patch, You'll Finally Be Able to See Your Reputation Levels at Anytime

Representin'

If you're not a fan of having your time slowly sucked away from you, then why the heck are you even playing Destiny? Jokes aside, the sci-fi shooter will be streamlining things with its next update, Bungie has confirmed. There are numerous reputation levels in Destiny, all tied to different vendors scattered around the Tower. In order...

News: An Amazing Fireteam Managed to Beat Destiny's Hardest Raid Without Once Firing a Gun

An Amazing Fireteam Managed to Beat Destiny's Hardest Raid Without Once Firing a Gun

What?

You need a group of six people to tackle Destiny's Raids efficiently, and even then, they can be pretty bloody tough. Filled with hordes of powerful enemies, demanding environments, and deadly bosses, the shooter's hardest challenges are where the elite love to show off their skills, but we reckon this run, in which one particular team never...

News: Bungie Shoots a Few Holes in Destiny's House of Wolves Expansion Leak

Bungie Shoots a Few Holes in Destiny's House of Wolves Expansion Leak

Pew pew

We know everyone loves a good leak, especially when it's a big game under the spotlight, but a lot of the time, these rumours are shot down before they can really gather momentum. That's not quite what's happened regarding Destiny and yesterday's House of Wolves leak, but developer Bungie's tried putting a dampener on it anyway. Dousing the...

Rumour: Destiny's Second Expansion House of Wolves Will Enter Orbit in May

Destiny's Second Expansion House of Wolves Will Enter Orbit in May

Howling at the moon

We may not have been the biggest fans of Destiny's first expansion, The Dark Below, but we must admit that its second attempt, House of Wolves, sounds better already. We won't post any of the images here on this page, but according to a supposed leak on the ever-informative Reddit, the DLC will launch in May, and it'll push the...

News: Gaze Upon Destiny's Most Popular Weapons

Gaze Upon Destiny's Most Popular Weapons

The pick of destiny

Do you have a favourite weapon in Destiny? An armament that you've never once left in the vault, and that you always carry with you to the far reaches of the galaxy? If so, then the chances are that you've contributed to developer Bungie's investigation into the game's most popular shooters. With data taken from the last two...

Review: Destiny: The Dark Below (PlayStation 4)

Destiny: The Dark Below (PlayStation 4)

We can see the bottom

It seems like you can't go a single day without seeing someone criticise Destiny. Bungie's shooter has been nothing if not divisive, but for all its flaws, many still enjoy scouring the same missions and maps in the hopes of buffing up their Guardian. If you're one of these players, then it goes without saying that this...

News: Don't Have Destiny's First Expansion? Then You're Locked Out of Some Existing Content

Don't Have Destiny's First Expansion? Then You're Locked Out of Some Existing Content

Isn't that nice

There isn't much that gets this usually calm and collected associate editor riled up, but Bungie's latest move with Destiny's The Dark Below expansion pack – which released earlier today – has everyone in the Push Square office clambering for safety from this author's outrage. Indeed, upon booting up the sci-fi shooter just...

News: This Trailer Shines a Light On Destiny's PlayStation Exclusive Content in The Dark Below

This Trailer Shines a Light On Destiny's PlayStation Exclusive Content in The Dark Below

Argh it burns

Since its release, Destiny has divided opinions, but the fact of the matter is that a massive amount of players are still grinding through Strikes and Raids in order to snag that legendary loot, and those same users were probably happy to see Bungie's shooter make an appearance at Sony's PlayStation Experience event earlier today...

News: Destiny's On-Disc DLC Locations Aren't Quite as Dastardly as You Might Think

Destiny's On-Disc DLC Locations Aren't Quite as Dastardly as You Might Think

Chop shop?

There's been a lot of noise made about Destiny's DLC locations, some of which can be accessed through glitching in the base game. Although there's not much to see in these environments, many players have expressed anger that they can be found in the first place, suggesting content has been taken from the title so that it can be released...