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Good news for iPad owners; Bungie has updated the Destiny Companion App with a ton of new features, and lots of pretty bells and whistles. Swing by B.net for a full accounting, or just visit the iTunes store for a free download! (Works with the iPhone and the iPod Touch, as well, but it shines brightest on the iPad.)
And Bungie's got them for you over at B.Net. General fixes, fewer notifications, Grimoire stat corrections, and the Gear Manager unleashed!
Man Up Time, a small development studio founded by old-school Bungie fan (and bungie.org staffer) Bruce Morrison, has released an iPhone app called 'Crota Timer'. It's free, and it does exactly what it's supposed to do - it makes it simple to figure out when Crota moves. Go grab a copy!
SigbiasSilva drew our attention to the new gear available at the Bungie Store. Some lovely stuff in there and plenty of excuses to get a little poorer! Now I wonder if the Bungie Store has its own Cryptarch?
IGN has posted the latest video in their month-long coverage of Destiny, which gives a look at the way the Destiny Companion App will enhance your Destiny experience. You'll be able to swap gear in real time, view stats and mission progress, thumb through the Grimoire, and more. (Thanks, Grim III.)
MrPadraig08 pointed out a tweet that announced that if you participated in the Alpha, AND you have an Android phone, you can check out a preview of the Destiny Companion App, just for today. (Hurry!) If you are lacking in any of those three requirements (date, gameplay, phone), you can check out some pictures of the app, courtesy of EffortlessFury.
As the last year without Destiny comes to a close, we here at DBO would like to wish you all a very happy holiday season, and more specifically a merry Christmas tomorrow. Bungie's holiday card does a great job of summing up our excitement for the coming adventures!
A few days ago, Bungie rolled out a new update for their Mobile App. Android users have already been hit with it (you now have access to Bungie.Net Forums and Groups), while iOS users will be getting another upgrade soon. Bungie Mobile keeps slowly building - what will it be like when Destiny finally hits?
Personally, I'm imagining Guardians taking selfies in their bathrooms and throwing instagram filters on their photos of the Venus Gardens...but I think I might be wrong.
When Hedge is excited, the birds fly lighter, the tides rise higher, the chocolate tastes sweeter, the kiss lasts longer, the love grows stronger. When Hedge is excited, we are excited.
Bungie Mobile App users were recently greeted with a bug fix update for Android and iOS devices - some users discovered that they now had the ability to read and post on the Bungie.net forums directly from the app. According to DeeJ, a small group of frequent forum users have been granted access to the test version of the mobile Bungie.net forums. Don't worry, the update will continue to rollout to more users, eventually. Thanks, Xenos.
GenGame is unhappy that Destiny is just a retread of Halo, which was a retread of Marathon. (That, at least, is the premise of the opinion piece.) Geez, Bungie - couldn't you have come up with a more original story?