During an Interview with Geoff Keighley on YouTube’s E3 Coverage Bungie’s Luke Smith confirmed that the upcoming sequel to Destiny will be locked to 30 FPS on the ‘Most powerful console in the world’ Xbox One X. Continue reading Destiny 2 Locked at 30 FPS on Xbox One X
After Sony started their conference by showing two commercials and then letting Shawn Layden do his dragging speech — they could only go up from there. And they did. Sony impressed during their conference. While Xbox went the route of showing basically every game you’ll be able to play over the next year or two, Sony took the traditional path and showed their top games. Continue reading E3 Impressions: Sony Media Showcase
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We only got about 2 minutes of Destiny 2, but it was enough to show off their certifiably bad-ass villain. He looks like a Cabal leader, classic warmonger, and will serve as a great antagonist for the story they are trying to tell. Continue reading Destiny 2 shows off villain at Sony’s E3
It seems Activision will be focusing mainly on three titles for this year’s expo. In their official blog, they announced the location and precisely what those three titles were, along with some previously unannounced details. Continue reading Activision have announced their E3 lineup
Earlier today, Geoff Keighley, creator and producer of The Game Awards, announced the lineup for the E3 Colisuem, “a spectacular main stage event that will connect video game fans with the biggest names in entertainment.” The event will feature two days full of demos, panel discussions, and epic one-on-one interviews. Continue reading Schedule of Events for E3 Coliseum Announced
Age of Triumph, the most recent patch for Destiny was the final update for the game. Bungie has stated that they wanted to focus exclusively on the sequel in a blog post on their website. “All hands at Bungie are committed to making Destiny 2 the sequel that this community deserves.” They also confirmed that there will be Destiny 2 information at E3 2017. Continue reading Bungie brings Destiny development to a halt, focusing on sequel