Destiny is a brand new experience being brought forward by Activision and Bungie. The game is being released on Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One, and PS4, a companion app is available for IOS and Android devices and with the PS Vita, you can take your Destiny experience with you on the go.
With all of these ways to experience your destiny, it may be quite difficult to keep it all in order.
That’s why we want you to explore your destiny together with us as a community. Below you’ll see that we’ve already started exploring Destiny during the Beta, and some of the things that you can find while roaming the map are pretty incredible. This is just the tip of the iceberg however. Earth is just the starting point for an adventure that will take you all across the solar system, into the deepest regions of different planets, and the highest points in distant skies.
There are chests with loot to be found, Engrams to be crafted, and secret locations to be discovered. Now is a greater time than any to get together and explore the solar system, or better yet, explore your destiny. Take part in this exploration by joining the DualShockers exploration group. This group is dedicated to going through each planet and area of Destiny in order to find all of the great secrets and experiences that Bungie has hidden for us.
We’ll be keeping our main team of players locked in a dark room with no food or break time to make sure that they aren’t slacking when it comes to digging through these areas, however their lack of sleep or basic human needs might allow them to miss something.
If you find something awesome that they missed, send a tweet with the hashtag #ExploreDestiny to @DualShockers and we’ll do our best to check it out. Apart exploring with us, having a hashtag for all of the coolest finds in the game will make it so that when you see it, you know you’re about to find out about something new and exciting.
For now just leave any new finds in the comments section, more information will be available before the full release on September 9th. Until then, check out our very own exploration footage down below: