The lights are on
Coming off the heels of a successful alpha run, Bungie and Activision have outlined the special editions and announced a release date for the beta on Microsoft platforms.
The beta will be coming to Xbox One and 360 on July 23. PlayStation platforms will have access to the beta on July 17 with the beta scheduled to end for all players on July
27. Be sure to watch the latest trailer for the beta below for additional
The limited edition for Destiny includes a metal case, an arms and armament
field guide, novelty postcards, an antique star chart, an exclusive player
emblem and ship variant, and access to both Destiny expansion packs.
PlayStation users will have access to exclusive content from the expansion
packs at least until fall 2015. The limited addition will run you $99.99.
The Ghost edition will include all of the above as well as a Ghost model
replica, featuring motion-activated lights and voice recordings from Peter
Dinklage, the voice of Ghost. This edition will also include a letter of
introduction, as well as more novelty items from the Golden Age, such as
pictures, patches, stickers, and more. The Ghost edition will be available for
Those who pre-ordered the digital-exclusive Destiny Guardian edition will
have access to the expansion packs as well as an exclusive digital content
pack. This edition will be $89.99. The two expansions can be
pre-ordered for $34.99 as a bundle and will be priced individually at $19.99 each and will
include new story missions, co-op activities, multiplayer stages, and
additional armor, weapons, and gear. The special editions can be viewed in the image gallery below.
Destiny is a new first-person shooter franchise that promises to combine epic
storytelling and satisfying gunplay with a deep and immersive story. If you're
interested in learning more about Destiny, follow our cover story hub by
clicking the banner below or watch our Test Chamber on the recent alpha.
Destiny is set to release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and
Xbox 360 on September 9.
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