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DeeJ has posted the Bungie Weekly Update, and this week they are light on details, but full of promises for more info in the coming weeks. DeeJ lays out the schedule for Twitch streams where they will cover the changes and content that are coming in The Taken King. In addition the Security Response team covers the process for issuing restrictions and bans to players. And of course stick around to the end to see what Community Creations Cozmo has picked out! (It's local, too, but for once it's not Xenos' fault that that fact wasn't mentioned here.)
Yesterday's Bungie Weekly Update was Cozmo's first (well, first completely by himself) - and if you missed any of the flood of information pouring out of the media about The Taken King, this has a nice summary. It also has some great pics from Cologne, where the rest of the Bungie Community Crew seems to be. And of course, it's loaded with community creations. (The Hopscotch Pilgrim review is required watching.) As usual, it's local too (and you're reminded of this specifically because Xenos isn't posting this announcement). Go read it, make Cozmo feel useful.
The Bungie Weekly Update is up, and this week it focuses on the Hive Dreadnaught and hints at some of the mysteries we'll uncover within. As is Bungie's style, nothing TOO specific, but there is awesome art, and quite a few good quotes on what they intend to do with this new, enigmatic location. In addition they cover the big winners for Destiny Year One Art Contest, and take a little time to cover the losers who are now suffering from the dreaded Banhammer. [Xenos hates me, but it's local, too. -ce]
It went live yesterday, but you know... we were off doing Guardian things. Important Guardian things. Definitely important Guardian things. The Bungie Weekly Update this week focuses on guns... lots of guns. (What else would you need, besides a miracle?) Check out offerings from Häkke, Omolon, and Suros, all available in The Taken King (and some available at Gamestop!)... and maybe drool a little. You'll also find heat maps from ALL currently-used Trials of Osiris maps, because this weekend, the map choice will be random. And you'll find a plea for your email address, for upcoming... somethings. There's a hot fix coming in the next month - details are in the update for you. And the community creations in this week's roundup are a harbinger of things to come. All in all, a solid update - go read it! (If you like, you can even read it in our Weekly Update Archive.)
The latest Bungie Weekly Update has been posted, and this one is a doozy! In addition to the regular post, they have the weapon balance details that will be coming in update 2.0.0 (The Taken King update). The main concerns appear to be addressed (Exotic Hand Cannons, Auto Rifles, etc.) and quite a few surprise balance decisions are revealed as well. Go see what you think! (Local, too.)
The latest Bungie Weekly Update is up! (A day late, but for once DeeJ's fault instead of ours!) Now that The Taken King has been announced it looks like Bungie is ready to drop some juicy details! Take a look at the update to UI revolving around quests and see what Luke has to say about what they're doing! (Local, too.)
As CyberKN pointed out in our forum, the latest Weekly Update has dropped. In it you'll find a nice summary of all the content included in The Taken King as well as a hint at what's to come on Bungie Day next week! Also available in our local low-impact update archive.
The second half of the Bungie Weekly Update went up yesterday - and reading it will give you insights into new Bungie.net features, extra support resources, and a fan video supporting a fallen guardian. Shouldn't take too long to read, but lots of good bits. Local, too, if you need it.
The Bungie Weekly Update (Part 1 of 2 - stay tuned for the second half tomorrow!) is online now... and it might surprise you. Luke Smith apologizes for the interview that set off a firestorm of criticism this week, and Bungie offers to make amends by allowing you to buy the digital goodies that come with the Collector's Edition, without having to buy the Collector's Edition. Boom. (Our forum is discussing it, as you may have guessed.) You can find a local copy in our Weekly Update Archive, should you need or want it.
Today's Bungie Weekly Update has news for you on a bunch of subjects: goodies coming during E3, Heat maps of last week's Prison of Elders top prison, an interview explaining how the level 35 PoE encounter is going to be changed, information about how the Connection Recovery code is working, and some great Nova Bomb vids. As always, it's local, too. Go read!
This week's Bungie Weekly Update contains some good stuff - details on the money Bungie fans have helped give in aid to Nepal, heatmaps of Pantheon showing where you died last week, warnings about cheating (and playing fair in general), notes about things fixed recently, and some great videos. (Well, I really wanna see the first one, but it looks like it's been blocked on copyright grounds.) It's local, too, if you need it searchable.
The Bungie Weekly Update dropped yesterday - it's a fun read. Stats on the first week of Trials of Osiris gameplay (including heat maps - oh how I miss thee), teases about the next round, warnings to cheaters... plus the next round of Iron Banner, info on bugfixes, and a couple of great (silent) vids. Go read! (It's local, too, if you need it.)
The Bungie Weekly Update is now live on Bungie.net (and in our BWU Archive) - go check it out, it has some interesting info. First-day (well, first-three-days) stats on Skolas - I'm astounded by the number of folks who've finished the Level 35 PoE event at this point! There's also info on the Trials of Osiris, including a Challenge event coming soon. There are new goodies in the Bungie Store, details on new Help articles on B.net, and a movie which we pointed out recently but which is ABSOLUTELY worth watching again. Go see!
DeeJ has posted this week's Bungie Weekly Update and you can tell we're getting close to the House of Wolves launch as the details are getting a little more scarce, but still exciting! The big Destiny news this week is that Trials of Osiris will be the testing bed for a Connection Recovery system in case you get disconnected due to networking problems. Go read it for full details and to see when update 1.2.0 will (hopefully) launch! (Local, too.)
The Bungie Weekly Update is live - and along with the fully-expected self-deprecation about the live-streamed Prison of Elders reveal, there's also information about the awesome power of the Bungie community to do good while getting goodies, a summary of the updates expected over the next couple of weeks, and a bunch of housekeeping. Worth a read - go check it out! (Don't forget the local copy.)
The Bungie Weekly Update recaps the Trials of Osiris reveal and highlights some of the Crucible tweaks and changes players can expect after downloading the 1.2.0 update on May 19th. Players who did not purchase The Dark Below will have access to all three PVP maps - neat! Also, be sure to check out how you provide aid to the people of Nepal though the Bungie Foundation. Next stop, The Prison of Elders! Thanks, CyberKN. (It's local, too)
The Bungie Weekly Update is live and is chock full of House of Wolves information. There’s a concise summary of what Bungie presented during the live-stream of the Reef (the stream is also archived). There’s also an update on the changes being made to commendations with the release of HoW - woo! The next Iron Banner will start with the weekly reset and DeeJ has the scoop on what gear you’ll be working towards. Be sure to also check out the latest Destiny support update! Lastly, don’t forget to tune in on April 29th at 11am PST for a first look at the Trials of Osiris. (For those who need it, it's local, too.)
The Bungie Weekly Update, not surprisingly, focuses on the upcoming House of Wolves expansion - but there's plenty of other stuff in there if you're not excited about the Reef. The purple ball changes are detailed (and praised), the Player Support team is there with stuff you might have overlooked, and there are a couple of fun fan vids. (We already noted one of them, but it's worth a second look.) As usual, it's local, as well. Go discuss on our forum!
The Bungie Weekly Update is full of interesting tidbits - changes are coming in how both Special Ammo and Heavy Ammo will be handled in the Crucible, and it behooves you to read this stuff sooner than later. Also, Locks for your special gear, helmets in the Tower, Bungie men in kilts, and competition for charity. And cool movies. Go read! (It's local, too.) There's a substantial thread if you wanna talk.
It's Thursday - that's Bungie Weekly Update Day! What's in store for you if you read it? Raid fixes, Strike fixes, quitter fixes, heads-up info for Playstation users, and some great user-submitted videos. Go read it! It's local if you need it, and there's a thread on our forum if you'd like to discuss.
The Bungie Weekly Update went live yesterday, as it does most Thursdays, and it's worth a read. There are concrete details on the increases to Vault Space coming in the next update (including an explanation of why it's as hard to edit as it seems to be), a very cool GDC talk from Senior Artist David Helsby, a heads-up about a Playstation change coming that will need some extra time for implementation, and more. Check it out! (It's local, too, of course.)
The Bungie Weekly Update dropped, as usual, given that this is a Thursday afternoon in BungieTown... and it's full of things you can look forward to in the next update. Sound options, help for color-blind players, and more - stay tuned over the coming weeks for continuing details! There are also changes to Bungie.net which you should check out, to make sure you can access the info you want, and the normal goodies (new mentors, movies of the week, and so on). Go read! Go discuss on our forum! It's local, too, if you need it.
Deej has posted the latest Bungie Weekly Update. This week they discuss the tentative plans for the next Update. Some exciting stuff mentioned, including the much requested increased Vault space! They also go over some long discussed bugs that they are currently looking into. Go read and see if one of your requested updates is mentioned. (Local, too.)
This week at Bungie, they began to look ahead to the next set of tweaks - read about it in today's Bungie Weekly Update! (There's also information about the latest Ride-Along, which will happen tomorrow, and the punch list for the 1.1.1 patch that was released last week.) There's a thread on the forum if you'd like to comment, and there's a local version if you need it.
The Bungie Weekly Update is live on B.net (and here, in our BWU Archive) - and you should read it. It explains the newly-minted Mobile Vault, a much easier way to handle transfers between your characters (or just between your equipped gear and your stored gear). It also describes Inferno, a new game mode debuting next week. And it shows off a couple of cool fan-generated videos. All I need now is some bacon...