'Destiny' Latest News & Update: Bungie Releasing New Updates, Features & Content in 2017; New Item Leaked in Game Data? More Details

By Christian M. , Updated Dec 19, 2016 09:00 AM EST
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The online first-person shooter game "Destiny" was no doubt a very successful one. Aside from the popularity and quality of the game, fans would be very much delighted to know that game developer Bungie has announced that they will be supporting the game until next year.

With this news, "Destiny" players could expect more contents and features to be arriving on the game. while there have been no official news yet regarding the specific updates, Bungie has assured fans not to worry due to the game's continuous improvements.

Continuous Dev Support

The game developer itself has stated that "Destiny" is a game that is never finished. This statement easily teases the fans of the game's future, however unclear that still is. It has also been reported that new updates will be coming in the next few days.

Bungie had also stated in their thank you message for the fans that "Destiny" will be receiving a lot more attention in 2017. Currently, "The Dawning" event is going on inside the game, so fans could really expect new content to come after it. For now, "Destiny" should just enjoy the event first, while waiting for the new features to be eventually released.

Classified Item

Bungie is known among its fans and players that every time they release an update, it never disappoints, and "Destiny" will continue this tradition. With this, there is nothing but incredible new content in store for the game. A report has stated that a player has actually unraveled a file in the data of "Destiny," which was labeled as Classified.

While there has been no official word from Bungie regarding the said "Destiny" file as of yet, it is predicted to be some form of a new item inside the game. The item may be officially released, along with other new "Destiny" features, once the update goes live. For now, players could play "Destiny: Rise of Iron" on the PlayStations 3 and 4, and Xbox One and 360.

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