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 Bungie's Destiny Leaked - briefly
(hx) 04:07 PM EST - Nov,28 2012
IGN has revealed some brand new details – and concept arts – for Bungie's follow-up to the Halo franchise, Destiny. Contrary to Halo, Destiny aims to please a lot of young gamers, and will feature a big world to explore with friends. Bungie's co-founder Jason Jones described the game as a title that will feel like a mythic adventure and a game that is designed for our inner seven year old. One of IGN's leaked images features Destiny's logo along with Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 icons. Unfortunately though, that image does not feature any PC icon :-(
Destiny’s gameplay is described by the document as “social at its core,” offering "a world to explore with friends, both old and new." It’s unclear whether this confirms comments from Bungie in 2011 that the game is an MMO, which Bungie later called a joke. The document also includes a Destiny logo along with Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 icons, as well as the URL Destiny.com. While Destiny.com is currently password-protected, if it is indeed a URL that’s been purchased by Bungie, it could suggest that Destiny will ultimately be the game’s final name rather than a codename as previously speculated.

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