JavaScript is required to use Bungie.net

For best results in downloading the Destiny Beta to your Xbox One, don't launch the game until the download is complete. The Destiny Beta FAQ has been updated with info on how to troubleshoot your Xbox One download (scroll down). http://www.bungie.net/en/View/Bungie/DestinyBetaFAQ If encountering Party Stabilization errors on Xbox One: try turning off your console, fully unplugging, then plugging in and trying again.
2014-07-23T06:50:45Z

Community

Ockeghem

Ockeghem

11/28/2012 8:52:58 PM
At one point in the [url=http://www.ign.com/articles/2012/11/28/destiny-story-details-concept-art-leaked]IGN bit on Destiny info[/url] they mention the possibility that Destiny is the actual name of Bungie's next IP, and the possibility that destiny.com, currently password protected, could be the hoste site to the Destiny universe and franchise. This possibility raises some questions on Bungie.next. Unlike, say, Blizzard - which has a site for Blizzard and a separate site for each of its games - Bungie.net has also been Bungie's main site for it's current game and past games. It helps that Bungie has been pretty much a one-game-at-a-time company, so they could get away with it. But Destiny seems huge. Bigger than halo in in-game universe, community, franchise, and potential expanded universe. Do we really want (we are now thinking of post Destiny release) both all of Bungie and all of Destiny on one site? tl;dr [b][i]Would you be ok having Bungie.net[/b][/i] (perhaps a site for Bungie lore, past games, bungie community, a general Destiny forum, and of course the flood) [b][i]and Destiny.com[/b][/i] (perhaps a game to track and maintain all in game material, faction material and forums, and destiny in-game community) [b][i]as separate sites?[/b][/i] What are your thoughts on the possibility?
Post Preview Cancel
preload icon
preload icon
preload icon
You are not allowed to view this content.