I hadn't realised just how badly Destiny needed private competitive matches until today, when Bungie added them to the game. I also hadn't realised how much fun I'd have going up against my friends.
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Sony unleashed its latest major software update for the PS4 on the world last night, and with it came Remote Play on PC and Mac. The idea is pretty attractive, especially for those with families or large sharehouses where there's a high possibility of the TV being in use. I've toyed around with Remote Play for a number of hours across a variety of games. And so far it's pretty impressive -- with a few caveats.
In October, we reported that Destiny would be ditching the DLC plan for year two, replacing big downloadable content packs with cosmetic microtransactions and free missions. Two months later, Bungie's finally confirmed it.
For some people who play games, especially those that regularly read the internet, there is that persistent little voice that exists. A voice that chatters away in the brain, trying everyday to convince its host that video game publishers are sickening, sweaty sub-human creatures who eat turkey legs with their bare hands in boardroom meetings and smoke cigars lit by a match struck on the cheeks of orphaned children.
Bungie is delaying the much-anticipated return of Destiny's Trials of Osiris while they address a recently discovered exploit that can totally ruin competitive matches.
Last week, we told you all about The Taken King, Destiny's next expansion, which will pit you against Oryx, father of Crota. Today we get to see it in action.