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Polygon has a pretty good itemized list of articles that cover each announcement regarding the game, features, release schedules, etc.
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Bungie has finally revealed Destiny 2 gameplay! They covered a lot of details about new features in the 1 hour long gameplay reveal, but if you don't have an hour go ahead and watch the short gameplay trailer! Both are embedded below:
The last The Taken King Twitch Reveal is today at 11AM MDT/2PM EDT! Go see what Court of Oryx is all about on Bungie's channel, or watch below:
Bungie has posted the teaser for the latest Twitch Reveal. This one will focus on patrol mode on the Dreadnaught as well as the new public events called Court of Oryx. Watch below, and then come back tomorrow to watch the twitch stream (11am PDT/2PM EDT):
Bungie's next Twitch Reveal is today at 11AM PDT/2PM EDT, and this week they are showing off the new Cabal themed strike Shield Brothers! You can watch it below:
Bungie is going to be revealing details about Destiny Year Two on Twitch today at 2PM EDT/11AM EDT. Watch on
Bungie has posted a short teaser on Youtube for the Destiny Year Two reveal that will be on Twitch tomorrow at 2PM EDT/11AM PDT. For coming in at under a minute there is a surprising number of things to see. Take a look:
Bungie released a teaser for the Twitch stream reveal of Trials of Osiris, coming in next month's House of Wolves Expansion. (We put up a local copy, as well.) Be sure to tune in to their Twitch stream tomorrow, at 11am Pacific, with Bungie hosts Derek Carroll and Lars Bakken, and community guest tripleWRECK, for all the details!
For the second day of Bungie Week festivities, Bungie has posted the Official Destiny Gameplay Reveal video to their YouTube page in all of it's HD glory. Also, be sure to check out the news post on Bungie.net.
The bumper at the end of the video also teases a "Building E3 Reveal" video, with a placeholder that says "Coming Soon". Hmm, I wonder what that's about... (Thanks, SigbiasSilva).