Video: It's clear that the developers at Bungie put an incredible amount of work into the sound effects in Destiny, a video game in which players travel through the solar system waiting for announcements of announcements of announcements of new content. This 15-minute mini-documentary, posted by Bungie today, illustrates just what that work looked like. It's really cool, particularly the parts where they go out to the desert and blow things up. If you're an audio geek or a Destiny fan — or, as in Kirk Hamilton's case, both — you'll really enjoy this one.
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