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Cutscene Library Updated: Warmind

These were uploaded on Memorial Day, but things got hectic... so you're only seeing them now. Thanks to Cody Miller for the fast turnaround, and apologies to the rest of you for the delay!

Enjoy the Warmind cutscenes in both streaming and downloadable formats, with 5.1 surround audio and resolutions up to 1080p. 

Claude Errera | Jun 4, 2018 05:09 pm | link

Cutscene Library Updated: CoO

Once again, Cody Miller has done us the huge favor of recording the newest Destiny 2 cutscenes, in 1080p glory and 5.1 audio - you can find them available for streaming or download in our Cutscene Library. (He's also fleshed out the two missing subclass videos, for Titans, if you needed to see those.) Enjoy!

Claude Errera | Dec 11, 2017 01:28 pm | link

Destiny 2 Cutscenes - now available

We're missing a couple of subclass vids, but they'll be coming soon - in the meantime, you can find the vast majority of the Destiny 2 cutscenes now available in our archive, thanks (once again) to Cody Miller. You can stream them, or download 5.1 surround-sound versions up to 1080p. (We're toying with the idea of hosting 4k/60fps versions once the PC version is released - but they're gonna be big.) Check 'em out, and enjoy!

Claude Errera | Oct 6, 2017 06:14 pm | link

Destiny 2 Beta Cutscenes - now Archived

Thanks (once again) to Cody Miller, we've got the three cutscenes that were made available during the Destiny 2 Beta archived, and available for streaming or download in our Video Galleries. Swing by and watch 'em again!

Claude Errera | Jul 24, 2017 01:52 pm | link

Destiny Cutscene Library Updated with AoT Content

Thanks to Cody Miller, who grabbed the latest Destiny cutscene for us, in 1080p/5.1 glory. Swing by our Cutscene Library to view or download it!

Claude Errera | Mar 29, 2017 02:44 pm | link

RoI Added to Cutscene Library

Cody Miller has once again dropped off beautiful, high-res versions of the latest cutscenes; we've added all 6 of them to our Cutscene Library. You can stream them from here, or download them in 1080p, 720p, or 360p. All have full 5.1 surround sound audio. Enjoy! (And thanks, Cody!)

Claude Errera | Sep 26, 2016 02:24 pm | link

Destiny Cutscene Library - Now with TTK

Thanks once again to Cody Miller for his recording prowess; we've got beautiful, hi-res versions of all 15 Taken King cutscenes now available in our Cutscene Library. You can stream them if you just want to watch, or you can download them, in 360p, 720p, or 1080p, all with full 5.1 surround audio. As always, no ads, just content. Enjoy!

Claude Errera | Sep 27, 2015 12:35 pm | link

Destiny Cutscene Library - More Complete!

Cody Miller has fleshed out our Destiny Cutscene Library with a few missiong pieces - we now offer The Dark Below Introduction, the House of Wolves Introduction, and the Intro to The Reef. All are available to stream (if you just want to watch them) or to download in 360p, 720p, or 1080p, for use in projects, all with 5.1 surround sound audio. Go check 'em out!

Claude Errera | Jul 1, 2015 02:31 pm | link

Destiny Cutscene Library - Open

Took considerably longer than I'd expected (which was COMPLETELY not Cody's fault), but the Destiny Cutscene Library is finally open for business. As before, they've been recorded in various sizes (up to 1080p), and 5.1 Surround Sound - go enjoy! If you were playing with a group that spoke over these when they first showed, or you just want to be able to watch them back to back, for whatever reason... we've got you covered. Huge thanks to Cody Miller for the recordings.

Claude Errera | Sep 30, 2014 08:39 am | link

Beta Cutscene Library - Open

The Destiny Beta contains 6 separate 'cutscenes' - we've put together a gallery for those who want access to them. They're streamable, but they're also downloadable (up to 1080p). Swing by and see what's available! Thanks tremendously to Cody Miller for recording these in 7.1 (or 5.1, occasionally) Surround Sound.

Claude Errera | Jul 18, 2014 10:35 pm | link

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