Submitted by -Mezzo- 950d ago | interview

Destiny: Bungie talks load-outs, the engine and teasing fans

OXM - Compulsory online connections, frighteningly customisable character options and wistful sci-fi vistas may comprise Destiny's bones and arteries, but the game's lifeblood - if you'll forgive the fruity phrasing - is mystery. The premise sees human Guardians journeying through the remnants of Earth's interplanetary empire, searching for clues as to their civilization's fall - and developer Bungie is accordingly keeping a lid on many of the features, fearful of exposing that meticulously constructed universe ahead of release. (Bungie, Destiny, Xbox 360)

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