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The first Bungie Weekly Update of The Taken King era is now online over at Bungie.net! There you can find the new King’s Fall Raid trailer, as well as some good information about Xûr’s new bag-o-tricks for year two. We’ll have a local copy up soon (well, now). (Thanks, Schedonnardus!)
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.)
Originally sighted on Twitter, it looks like Newsweek will be putting out an "official collector's edition" magazine focused on Destiny. If it's not already at your local grocery/book store, it should be there tomorrow, August 19th (in the US, at least).
The Bungie Weekly Update is live, bringing with it the clatter of skirmishes on the proving ground.
Go read! (It's local, too.)
The Bungie Weekly Update is live, with fresh news of the Pre-Alpha being deployed in the homes of Bungie troops, as well as what sounds like the rumblings of an approaching media storm. Go read! [Mal doesn't like to look, but there's usually a local copy, too.]
Yesterday's Bungie Weekly Update was a doozy - no real details, but they're in bug-squashing mode, which is exciting! (There are pictures. Not of bugs, you sicko.) There are also more pics of the Fallen Captain cake that Dave Candland received a few days ago. And some great questions and answers in the Mailsack. What are you waiting for? (We have a copy here, too, of course.)
The Bungie Weekly Update is live, with a first-hand account by DeeJ of how deliciously the Destiny experience is coming along. Take in some tantalizing impressions and stick around for a few juicy tidbits in the Mail Sack, giving some solid indications on the nature of PvP and why you'll want to experience what each flavor of Guardian has to offer. (Don't forget, there's always a local version, too.)
This week's Bungie Update is live now - it contains some reassurances, some answers that you may or may not appreciate, and a new screenshot. You might even learn something about a reveal you thought you understood. You can read it on Bungie.net (thanks, Xenos), or here on DBO, in our Weekly Update Archive. Check it out!
The Bungie Weekly Update is up over at bungie.net (you can get the local version here); no new info this week, save the low rumblings of the marketing machine winding up within the bowels of Activision's corporate fortress. Go read!
Bungie's community team visited Europe this week - but they almost didn't make it. Go read the trials and tribulations in the latest Bungie Weekly Update! (It's in our Weekly Update Archive, as well, if you need it for any reason.) Thanks, Xenos.
Bungie has posted their latest Weekly Update - and it's absolutely worth a read. There are intriguing little hints, both in the main writeup and in the answers to the Mail Sack questions... but there's also a fantastic look back at the recent Bungie Pentathlon. Go read. (It's in our Weekly Update Archive, as well, if you need that.) Thanks, Xenos.
If you swing by Bungie.net and read the latest Bungie Weekly Update, you'll realize a new group of people were in the studio this week, tasting the fruit of the Destiny vine - should we expect another round of articles soon? (There are also many, many fan-asked questions that get answers, some substantial, some not so much, all fun to read.) Go on by - or read our local version, if you prefer. Either way... read. Thanks, GrimBrother IV.
Friday is yet again upon us. I know this because another Bungie Weekly Update has landed! It's a semi-quiet post this week filled with more vague promises and teases that we all love. We also get an interview with Brandon Lewis, Bungie newcomer and the latest Weekend Champion, as well as a tantalizing snapshot of Bungie's caffeine dispensary. (Don't forget, you can read it locally, as well.)
DeeJ stopped by to announce a new Bungie Weekly Update - it's exciting. As he says, it's the best one in weeks! (That's funny because there hasn't been one in weeks. Geddit?) Go read it. It'll remind you how to get into the Beta program, and it'll teach you a little bit about The Director. And some other stuff.) As always, you can read (and search) it locally, as well as on B.net.
Bungie's latest Weekly Update closes out the year for the studio, signalling the start of a long-awaited and hard-earned rest for the creators of the Traveller's brave new world. DeeJ drops details about the Winter Build and a company-wide playtest to show off all the shiniest new bits. The Update also takes a brief look over the last year and the milestone moments in Destiny's development for many Bungie folk, and we get some inkling about the wonders that will await us all in the New Year. Go read! (Don't forget, we have a local version, too.)
Today's Bungie Weekly Update focuses on a halloween costume that involves a gorgeous modeled Thorn (unlike the one created by Karin Olava, this one was actually 3D-printed from in-game assets - one of the benefits of working at Bungie)... and it has some interesting fan questions (with some squirrely answers) in the week's mail sack. If you'd rather, you can read it in our Weekly Update Archive. Go appreciate it! And appreciate Xenos, who keeps on top of all of this stuff.
In keeping with standard Friday traditions, Bungie has posted the latest Bungie Weekly Update - it reiterates the newly-announced release date, it reminds people of the latest issue of Game Informer (chock-full of Destiny info), and it answers some useful questions. It even provides the audio for a flaming bung-hole. (That might not be as dirty as it sounds.) Go give it a read: either on Bungie.net or in our own Weekly Update Archive!
This week's Bungie Weekly Update has arrived, and along with it we gain another new perspective on (and more than a few questions about) our Destiny. It sounds like another big milestone was reached this week and the ceremonial Reaping of the Guardians took place in preparation for the next new build. The various cogs and wheels of Destiny seem to be coming together quickly as we fly toward the beta!
Just as DeeJ, Urk, and the rest of the Bungie away team returns home from overseas, so to does the Bungie Weekly Update! After a brief recap of their jet-setting adventures, we get one last look at the Moon before that destination goes dark, with specific focus on the Accelerator environment we saw in the original Grognok demo and more recently heard about on last week's podcast. The Halloween pumpkin carving entires get some love, too, and even a couple Mail Sack questions get answered!
And, of course, the update is available in our local archive should you wish to read it over here.
This week's Bungie Weekly Update is now available for your perusal. We adventure to a new location on the Moon, the aptly-named Moonbase, and there's promise of a new Moon-themed Bungie Podcast next week!
The new Bungie Weekly Update is up! This week covers Dave Dunn's trip to Australia, another in-house character reset (and the new features that come with it), and gives us a glimpse at the Weekend Champion phenomenon that has been making its way through Twitter for the last few weeks. Go check it out! (Thanks, Kermit!) [edit: Now that there are two of these, it's probably time to unveil our Weekly Update Archive - if you've been with us for a few years, you might recognize some of the code as recycled from the Halo BWU Archives. What can I say? We're lazy. It's okay, though, because this gives you an easy way to find Weekly Update tidbits that stick in your brain, down the road, since it's searchable.]
After several years of silence, the Bungie Weekly Update has returned! DeeJ talks a bit about the Beta and we get a great behind-the-scenes look at some of the environment development for the Moon featured in this week's trailer. Oh, and there are some Beta codes, but I'm sure those disappeared before I finished typing this. There's only one way to find out, though!
Grab your favorite pair of ears and subject them to Episode Two of The Starside Lounge. Four members of the DBO admin team set aside their differences to discuss every Bungie fan's most coveted game: Wreckateer. Somewhere between tales of giant slingshots and crumbling castles, the group manages to sneak in a few Destiny-related thoughts about our Chris Butcher interview, Bungie Week, Jason Jones, fan creativity, and of course: SPACE MAGIC!
After sifting through the multitude of entries in each image-based Bungie Day challenge, DeeJ has prepared a colorful gallery of finalists for your viewing pleasure. The winners are still being picked by Team Bungie, but in the meantime you can go see what made the first cut!