Destiny Features

FeatureLuria and defining where a game ends

"The body is a unity of action..."

FeatureThe impossible architecture of video games

Bang head against wall of text.

FeatureFace to face with the President of Virtual Reality

"I am championing the rights of the people."

Jelly DealsJelly Deals: A very Destiny Christmas gift guide

There is an alarming amount of Destiny merch.

FeatureBungie talks Destiny: The Taken King's event-focused future

Set your expectations for a quieter - but more surprising - second year.

FeatureBetter than Halo?

Stealth Destiny article.

FeatureRequiem for a rocket launcher

Looking back at Destiny year one's biggest prize.

FeatureReturn to vendor: the legend of Xur

Bungie on the mysterious Destiny merchant who keeps on giving.

FeatureTroll deletes 11-year-old's Destiny characters

"Henry has learned his lesson the hard way."

FeatureRich Stanton on: Cheesing Destiny

"It feels like Destiny has driven certain of its players mad."

FeatureThe Dark Below makes Destiny's mistakes all over again

Bungie's expansion is more of the same - for better and for worse.

FeatureGames of 2014: Destiny

Xur, you are being hunted.

FeatureEverything not saved will be lost

What Destiny tells us about life, the universe, and everything.

FeatureThe problem with video game guns

Is that lots of them are boring.

Digital FoundryThe evolution of Destiny

What Bungie added - and took away - from the game's E3 2013 debut.

FeatureA Destiny story summary for people who dozed off

In case you lost (or couldn't be bothered to keep) track of what was going on.

Digital FoundryPerformance Analysis: Destiny on Xbox One

Does the 1080p upgrade mean full technical parity with PS4?

FeatureDestiny thrills, but the big picture rings hollow

After a day's play, how does Bungie's shared world shooter fare?

FeatureFor Sony, Destiny is the first-party PlayStation 4 game it needs this Christmas

"We're wrapping our arms around it on all levels of the organisation."

FeatureBungie on the Destiny level cap, raids and game size

Post beta, the end - or beginning - is near.

Digital FoundryDestiny on Xbox 360 - Bungie's last-gen swan song?

The studio that defined the modern FPS brings the curtain down on Microsoft's vintage console.

Digital FoundryTech Analysis: Destiny beta on Xbox One

900p vs 1080p on the Microsoft console - plus a look at the updated PS4 code.

Digital FoundryCan last-gen consoles handle Destiny?

Digital Foundry compares the PS3 and PS4 betas.

Digital FoundryTech Analysis: Destiny alpha on PS4

Digital Foundry gets to grips with Activision's $500m game.

Digital FoundryDestiny time-lapse: world in motion

Stunning footage of Bungie's latest creation.

FeatureBleeding red and blue: Destiny's competitive multiplayer cut wide open

Bungie peels back another layer, and the feeling within is familiar.

FeatureBungie's date with Destiny approaches

It's been a long journey, but for the creator of Halo the end is in sight.

FeatureHow Destiny turns into Diablo when you hit the level cap

And why you need to play "a couple of hours, tops" to unlock competitive multiplayer.

FeatureThe silent composer

Marty O'Donnell's departure is a shock, but also a reminder that music in games is more important than ever.

FeatureEurogamer readers' most anticipated games of 2014

Your top 10 choices for the year ahead.

FeatureDevelopers' Most Anticipated Games of 2014

Titanfall! Destiny! The Witcher 3! The Last Guardian (hopefully)!

FeatureLet's talk about Destiny

We meet Bungie in search of answers.

FeatureHave traditional MMOs had their time?

And what do we make of the shared-world games and MOBAs that have risen up to replace them?

FeatureDestiny: how to save online worlds

Bungie doesn't like to call its new game an MMO, but it might revolutionise them anyway.

FeatureDestiny: character classes, races and... #TeamTigerMan

We talk to Bungie about its new shooter.

FeatureThe big interview: Sony's Shuhei Yoshida on PS4

"It's more about services than the system."

FeatureActual New Games of 2013

More wonder, more awe.