Bungie has extended Destiny's alpha testing period on PlayStation 4 to introduce some "dangerous" new experiments.

Access to the alpha was due to conclude at 8am UK time this morning - but it is still accessible and plenty of users are still online, Eurogamer can confirm.

"There's a rumor that the #Destiny Alpha might be extended to allow dangerous experiments," Bungie wrote on Twitter this morning. "Play beyond the official close at your own risk!"

It's unknown what these new elements might be and how long servers will remain online. Let us know if you find anything!

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