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Bungie's Destiny Story Details, Concept Art Leaked

First details on the next game from the creators of Halo.



by Andrew Goldfarb



Leaked materials provided to IGN by a reader have revealed story details and concept art from Destiny, Bungie’s follow-up to the Halo franchise. Bungie has confirmed to IGN that the document was prepared by an advertising agency and represents an outside look at Destiny’s plot, key values and more.


According to the document, “Our story begins seven hundred years from now in the Last City on Earth, in a Solar System littered with the ruins of man’s Golden Age. A massive, mysterious alien ship hangs overhead like a second Moon. No one knows where it came from or what it’s here for, but only that it’s our protector. Meanwhile, strange, alien monsters creep in from the edge of the universe, determined to take Earth and the Last City. We are young ‘knights’ tasked with defending the remains of humanity, discovering the source of these monsters and – eventually – overcoming it.” Elsewhere in the document, the massive alien ship is referred to as “the Traveler.”





Destiny is further described as “fun and accessible to all,” aiming “to create a universe as deep, tangible and relatable as that of the Star Wars franchise.” Based on the language in the document, it appears that Bungie aims to create a universe accessible to multiple demographics, perhaps suggesting that Destiny will be less mature than Bungie’s efforts with Halo. A quote from Bungie co-founder Jason Jones says “Destiny is designed for your inner seven year old. We want to make it feel like a mythic adventure.”


Destiny’s gameplay is described by the document as “social at its core,” offering “a world to explore with friends, both old and new.” It’s unclear whether this confirms comments from Bungie in 2011 that the game is an MMO, which Bungie later called a joke. The document also includes a Destiny logo along with Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 icons, as well as the URL While is currently password-protected, if it is indeed a URL that’s been purchased by Bungie, it could suggest that Destiny will ultimately be the game’s final name rather than a codename as previously speculated.





We reached out to Bungie regarding the information and received the following statement:


“We’re not quite ready to take the wraps off our next universe, but in light of recent events we thought we’d give fans something a little more official over at Feel free to drop by and say hello! There’s much more to come.”


Shortly after, Bungie posted the following image on its official site:





In addition, the document provided to IGN includes several pieces of concept art from Bungie, seen below:


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Four additional images were also provided by Bungie's agency:


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It's worth noting that the agency-provided images do appear to be mock-ups for advertising purposes and are likely based on previously existing imagery. Eagle-eyed readers have pointed out that the second image appears to be based on artwork from canceled Command & Conquer game Tiberium.


The name Destiny first emerged in May when court documents revealed details on four games in the series. At the time, installments in the Destiny series were revealed to be coming in fall 2013, fall 2015, fall 2017 and fall 2019. In 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2020, downloadable expansions known as “Comet” were also said to be planned.


The contract suggested the first Destiny game would be available first on Xbox 360 as well as “the next successor console platform released by Microsoft,” which the contract referred to as Xbox 720. Releases on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC were said to be planned in the years following, though today's information suggests a more closely timed release could be a possibility.


For more information on Destiny, keep an eye on IGN's Destiny wiki guide.

Editado por Alexandros

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Me lembrou a premissa dos Final Fantasies modernos, mas com uma pegada um pouco mais ocidental. É pagar pra ver.

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Pelo menos a arte parece bem mais ambiciosa, eles devem ter lido os comentários de lulu sobre 'corredores sem vida' :lol:


Pro leak rolar agora chuto que vai ter um trailer durante a VGA

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aliás 'leak' de cú é rola né? a bungie 'cuidadosamente' deixou vazar apenas artworks mas nada de gameplay... claro. :lol: marketing viral ouvi falar

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ue, halo ripoff?


ta igual !!!

se falsse que é outro modelo de spartan eu acreditava


vai sair para last gen ou para a true next?

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nao que vc deva saber, mas os rumores dele apontavam para a próxima geracao, e saiu essa semana ou passada.

essa artwork, que é vazada pode estar desatualizada.


mas blz, é mais provavel ser essa, o que é uma pena, uma IP NOVA ser desperdiçada em consoles velhos

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Leak de ARTWORK? só proxima geração. Nego ta abusando já, anunciando jogos que vão sair 2/3 anos depois.


Bethesda é que me surpreendeu com o Dishonored. Trailerzinho em CGI, meses depois saia o jogo.

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Concordaria com Alucard. Mas depois de ver o cenário no "core" do planeta Requiem e o começo da parte da floresta, com framerate rodando suave e sem queda nenhuma..


..aquele gráfico tá fácil num meio-termo entre essa geração e a próxima. Acho que tem um pouco mais de gás sim prá Bungie lançar o Destiny nessa gen - povo tá tirando água de pedra! :lol:



Mas concordo com Lulu que metade dessas concepts aí eu tive a impressão de já ter visto, e justamente no H4.. coincidência ou ironia? Aahuahuahauhua! :lolmor:

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Ah mata essa geracao logo


O cara da ubi ja falou, a falta de consoles novos esta atrasando a industria, precisam renovar franquias


E comeco de geracao e a hora

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Nessa geração uma franquia nova tem melhor possibilidade Alucard, esta mais do que claro isso.

Base instalada + tecnologia consolidada, não vejo como seria melhor lançar na próxima.

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Franquia nova se dá melhor em geração nova sim tansos, quando tudo começa do 0 de novo. Pode ver que toda geração nova sai uma caralhada de novas grandes franquias nos primeiros anos. Aí depois eles milkam com sequels. Acontece isso porque o início da geração é o momento de impressionar o jogador e se consolidar no mercado. Ninguém quer começar uma geração jogando MAIS sequels, tá todo mundo seco por coisa nova. Lançar jogo novo num momento onde nada mais impressiona não vai consolidar a marca. Pode até vender mais pela base instalada, mas de certa forma é um desperdício de IP.

Editado por Rare-fan

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Pelo que eu entendi, eles vão lançar esse jogo no PS3 e 360 e também no 720 e PS4! Mas obviamente não podem colocar logos porque os novos consoles ainda não foram oficialmente anunciados. Eu acho que vários jogos a ser lançados pro final do ano que vem, como Watch_Dogs por exemplo, devem seguir esse esquema.


Imagino que os próximos consoles vão compartilhar rede com os atuais por um tempo, e sendo um jogo online é preferível que ele atinja a maior quantidade de pessoas possível.

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Lançaram a campanha viral e IGN fez algumas especulações.





Bungie's Destiny ARG Hints at Monday Reveal

It begins.


by Mitch Dyer



An alternate-reality game on Bungie's website hints at something on the way for its still-unannounced next-gen epic Destiny. True to Bungie form, the number seven plays an important role -- it's the only lit number on a countdown with "MONDAY" plastered behind it. Is it counting down to a reveal next Monday, seven days from now?


The ARG seems to require a mass contribution to unlock whatever secrets its mysterious pages hold. The first puzzle is simple enough: Click on the solitary diamonds to split them, creating to columns of four shapes. This opens the second, which says "Coordinate. Combine. Clarify." The bottom of the page also states, "Distributed, synchronous effort required."



Another page, labeled Instructions, reads as follows:


Our sky is filled with unseen signals. Radio-frequency emissions pulse and flit and dance all around us. Yet even a singing patch of sky can be observed, and transformed into a range of frequencies.


Can you hear it? No, not yet. It has not yet arrived. But together we can receive its call.


Imagine combining the observations of thousands across the globe on an object meandering through the heavens. The resulting array would be quite large. Quite powerful. This is your task.


Alone it will not be enough. Coordination and timing is needed. Observations must be made simultaneously.


Your window will be small. Five minutes at most. But windows may be reopened. And the distance between observer pairs will be key.


There will always be limitations in clarity, so the results must be archived for study. Highly technical observers may be required. Detailed frequency analysis is recommended.


Everything that belongs to us will be ours, but only if we create the capacity to receive it.


A metaphor for the rumored large-scale multiplayer to come, perhaps? And once again, the seven reoccurs in the number of paragraphs.


The page, it's worth noting, is called Alpha Lupi, which is the brightest star in the Lupus constellation.


Last fall, IGN discovered numerous details about Bungie's sci-fi action franchise, including concept art and story details.


What do you make of this viral marketing campaign? Join the viral game and let us know if you solve anything in the coming days. For everything you need to know about Destiny while we wait for the ARG to unfold, keep checking IGN.

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Bungie officially confirms Destiny. Reveal on Feb 17th




So, our game is called Destiny.


In a matter of days, we're going to give you your first glimpse into the vision and ambition that's driving the creation of our brave new world. To make room for the resulting chatter, we've launched some official social media channels. There’s a new Destiny page to like on Facebook, a new Destiny feed to follow on Twitter, and a new Destiny page on Google+. And, of course, we've opened a new Destiny forum here on where you can discuss upcoming news.



Welcome to the official Destiny Facebook page. Official Destiny news is coming soon!


You can be the first to see the reveal of Destiny right here on Feb. 17 (T-Minus 5 days)

Editado por Ditão Jack

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Para ainda estarem insistindo na geração atual, talvez seja porque a proxima geração ainda vai demorar mais do que imaginamos.

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Ou porque a Bungie começou a fazer esse jogo em 2010.


Ou até antes, vai saber.

Nova geração ja começou.


Hypo com vigor, só lança jogo bom.

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