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Destiny and John Wick actor Lance Reddick has passed away, Destiny 2 players gather in-game to pay tribute

You did The Continental proud, sir. Courtesy of Lionsgate Prolific actor Lance Reddick passed away on Friday, March 17, from natural causes at the age of 60. His passing was confirmed to Yahoo News by Mia Hansen, his representative at Portrait PR, who stated he would be “greatly missed.” Destiny 2 – Lance Reddick as Commander Zavala Best known for his role in the John Wick films as Charon, the concierge at The Continental, Reddick starred in many motion pictures and television series. Movies include Angel has Fallen, Godzilla vs King Kong, I Dreamed of Africa, White House Down, and…

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Spectacular Destiny 2 Fit Is Right Out Of The Mummy

PSA for my fellow Destiny players and Brendan Fraser appreciators: A fellow comrade in arms has gifted us with a Destiny 2 transmog kit that recreates Fraser’s iconic, dare I say heartstopping fit from The Mummy. Warning: I’m gonna unabashedly gush about Brendan Fraser.

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Bungie releases Destiny 2 trailer ahead of next week’s showcase that teases what’s to come in Season 18

Prepare for fate to unfold. Bungie has released a teaser ahead of its Destiny 2 showcase scheduled for next week. You can check out the teaser below that takes a quick glimpse back at some of 2022’s best moments. On Tuesday, August 23, Bungie will stream its Destiny 2 Showcase and unveil the next expansion in the Light and Darkness saga: Lightfall. Details on Season 18, the Arc 3.0 subclass update, and more will also be revealed. The Destiny 2 Showcase pre-show will begin at 8am PT, 11am ET, 4pm UK on Tuesday, August 23. The main show will start…

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Ultimate Audio Bang #22: have shooters become too demanding?

On this week’s episode of the Ultimate Audio Bang, we turn our attention to shooters and their demands. They all want our undivided attention and for Hayden and I, it’s fast becoming a bit much. Believe it or not, we’re adults with clothes to fold and ovens to pre-heat! Daily quests and inane challenges aren’t bringing us back, if anything, they’re beginning to drive us away. Read more

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Destiny 2 Showcase set for August 23 could provide us with a look at the Lightfall expansion

If you click on a link and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. Read our editorial policy. Bungie has announced it will host a Destiny 2 showcase on August 23. The announcement came alongside a teaser video called No Escape that dives into the history of the Light and Darkness story so far. While the studio didn’t provide any additional information on the contents of the showcase, it’s likely we will hear about the Lightfall expansion slated for next year. The next entry in the saga Light and Darkness, Lightfall will continue the story of the Traveler…

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Bungie suing person responsible for multiple fraudulent Destiny 2 DMCA takedowns

To the tune of $7.7 million. Bungie is suing the person behind several bogus Destiny 2 DMCA takedowns. March 2022 saw Bungie and various YouTubers hit with a DMCA takedown. At the time, it wasn’t clear who was issuing the takedowns, but Bungie eventually found out who the malefactor was, and has filed a lawsuit. According to the filing, the offender’s name is Nicholas Minor who goes by Lord Nazo on YouTube. Apparently, Minor was issued a takedown notice by Bungie on YouTube, went off the rails, and eventually started targeting Bungie and prominent Destiny YouTubers. “After receiving the takedown…

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Destiny 2 YouTube Takedown Revenge Plot Leads To $7.6 Million Bungie Lawsuit

A spree of rogue DMCA takedown notices for Destiny 2 content on YouTube earlier this year has now ballooned into a $7.6 million lawsuit, as Bungie goes after the alleged perpetrator in court. In addition, some Destiny 2 content creators now say they feel “betrayed” after the person who was seemingly responsible denied this during private Discord chats with them. “I feel lied to, betrayed, and unbelievably upset that someone we knew and trusted would do this,” wrote Destiny music remixer Owen Spence on Twitter. “Literally, almost all Destiny music on YouTube is gone because of this.”

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Bungie files lawsuit over “fraudulent” DMCA takedowns of Destiny videos

Earlier this month, several Destiny 2 videos created by fans were removed from YouTube due to the filing of DMCA takedown notices. Bungie tweeted that they weren’t responsible, but that they were “aware of a series of copyright takedowns” and were actively investigating. Some of their own videos had also been taken offline. Now Bungie have filed a lawsuit in Washington against ten John Does, hoping to make an example of those who filed the “fraudulent” takedown notices. Read more

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Here’s five things you need to know before Destiny 2: The Witch Queen launches

In a new video, Dorrani takes us through the five most important bits of info you’ll want to know ahead of the expansion launch If you’ve been reading our ongoing Destiny 2 coverage, or have been keeping tabs on the game in even a limited capacity, you’ll know the the newest expansion The Witch Queen is right around the corner! As any expansion before it, the release will supercharge the game with a vast array of new changes, updates, and features. All in all it can be a lot to take in and research on your own, which is why…

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What To Expect From Steam And Valve In 2022

It’s shaping up to be another record-breaking year for Valve-owned digital storefront Steam thanks to massive games like Elden Ring and Starfield, and new hardware like the Steam Deck. Last year was a sleepier one when it came to PC blockbusters due to covid-19-driven game delays, but 2021’s loss is this year’s gain. From ports and early access launches to massive expansions and a new console, here’s what’s coming to Steam in 2022.Read More: Valve Says It Hasn’t Found A Game That The Steam Deck Can’t HandleCapcom’s multiplayer loot RPG was a hit on Nintendo Switch last year and will…

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New Destiny 2 players are being thrown into dire Dares of Eternity matches

An unintended side-effect of leading players to new content has those just diving in finding themselves in the deep end. A funny story surrounding the recently released Dares of Eternity activity in Destiny 2 has popped up recently. First reported on by Forbes, it appears that new players jumping into Destiny 2 for the first time are being thrust into the mode as soon as they start playing the game, when they are horrendously under-geared and utterly clueless on what is going on. Here’s how this all works. As soon as Dares of Eternity was released alongside the Bungie 30th…

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Destiny 2 30th anniversary packs adds Halo-Inspired weapons

If you click on a link and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. Read our editorial policy. Classics like the frag grenade and trusty pistol can be seen in the update’s launch trailer A brand new trailer for the Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack update coming to Destiny 2 has been released. It, alongside a new blog post from bungie’s official website, have confirmed that new weapons inspired by Bungie’s previous games – including Halo – will be available. The trailer, which has been embedded below for your viewing pleasure, shows off a sidearm very much reminiscent of…

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This Week at Bungie: Huge Destiny 2 weapon and Trials changes are coming

Via the recent This Week at Bungie blog post, we’ve seen the first signs of some major changes coming to Destiny 2. Bungie, the development studio behind the popular live service Sci-fi FPS Destiny 2, has announced via a new blog post that a considerable number of balance changes are coming to the title ahead of the studio’s 30th anniversary event. Don’t fall asleep just yet! There’s also a new twist coming to the Trials of Osiris PvP mode. This all is set to come to the game early in December ahead of the introduction of the new Loot Cave…

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Don’t Let Halo Infinite Make You Forget About The Great New Game Pass Additions

It’s hard to believe, I know, but there are other games coming to Xbox that don’t start with Halo and end with Infinite. Over the next two weeks, Microsoft will add 10 more games to Xbox Game Pass. Here’s what’s struck me: I’ve been watching these rollouts like a hawk for several years. For the first time I can recall, every forthcoming addition will be available via Xbox Cloud Gaming: November 16November 17November 18November 23November 30The platform’s push into cloud gaming has been clear for some time, with Xbox head Phil Spencer working overtime recently to create buzz. Yesterday, an…