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It’s little surprise that the shooter genre continues to be one of the biggest games markets in the world. MCV locks and loads
Activision has said that Bungie’s shooter Destiny has attracted 9.5m registered users since its September 9th release.
Bungie has insisted that it did not cut any content from shooter Destiny so it could sell it at an additional premium as DLC.
The first expansion for Destiny, The Dark Below, has been priced and dated.
Contrary to previous predictions, PS4 DID outsell Xbox One in the US in September.
I’ve enjoyed reading some recent video games criticism.
Bungie has revealed a host of impressive Destiny stats a month on from the game’s launch.
Destiny developer Bungie has seemingly played down accusations that parts of the game’s upcoming DLC is already present on users’ game discs.
Sony and Taco Bell have partnered again for a new PlayStation giveaway promotion, offering customers of the fast food chain a chance to win limited edition PS4 Destiny bundles.
Bungie’s Destiny was among the big-name games forced offline over the weekend, with a group of online pranksters claiming responsibility.
The ongoing project that is Destiny has continued to evolve with a new list of tweaks by developer Bungie.
Ubisoft has confirmed to MCV that, according to GfK data, Watch Dogs remains the fastest selling new IP in Europe... not Destiny.
UPDATE: Microsoft would like us to make it clear that this is not a permanent RRP drop. But rather a retail promotion.
Activision Blizzard scores its second consecutive No.1 for Destiny this week, despite the game’s sales dropping by 78 per cent.
It’s been a difficult few months for consumer games journalists.
More people have watched streaming Destiny footage on Twitch in 2014 than any other new game launch.
Sony's US VP of developer and publisher relations says more PS4 consoles were sold during the Destiny launch week than any previous week all year.
Activision has confirmed the first actual sales data for Bungie’s Destiny.
Bungie is likely to miss out on a “Quality Bonus” totaling $2.5m over inadequate review scores for Destiny, according to a new report.
Activision’s Destiny has officially been crowned as the best-selling new IP ever in the UK, beating former record-holder Watch Dogs.
Destiny is already a huge commercial success, yet hardly any major specialist games site has published its review of the game.
Activision hasn’t revealed Destiny’s day one sales but has confirmed that the game is a record-breaker.
Destiny may be an Activision title coming out on both PlayStation and Xbox, but Sony says it has given the title the first party treatment.
Over 1,000 UK games retailers opened at midnight last night to herald the launch of Destiny.
The long wait for Destiny is over, with Activision’s shooter officially launching this morning ahead of what could be a record-breaking game launch in the UK.