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WATCH: This Team Speed-Ran Destiny's King's Fall Raid In Just 34 Minutes

Here’s something sure to make anyone beating their heads against Golgoroth feel better: King’s Fall might be the biggest challenge <i>Destiny</i> has to offer right now, but that hasn’t stopped one intrepid team from utterly dominating the thing in a 34 minute speed run, all the way from the relics at the …

Here's how you get the secret Cult Ghost in today's Destiny Heroic Story

Bungie is getting good at hiding secrets in Destiny: The Taken King. From Sleeper Simulant - the Destiny gun that no one can find - to a secret …

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How to get Sleeper Simulant in Destiny

The biggest mystery of Destiny: The Taken King has finally come to light. The Sleeper Simulant questline is now accessible, so if you've been …

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Destiny: The Taken King still hasn't gotten raid loot right

The more you play, the harder it gets<p><i>Destiny</i> has improved substantially with its <i>Taken King</i> expansion, but its endgame raid content is still the game's best feature. King's Fall sends a team of six players to fight the expansion's main villain and his top lieutenants in complicated encounters that …

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Destiny: The Taken King review

If <i>Destiny</i> is the exact game the developers at Bungie have always wanted to make, then <i>The Taken King</i> represents the first time they've proven they may know how to make it.<p><i>The Taken King</i>'s designs are reversals of the mistakes made by <i>Destiny</i> and its first two expansions. Every facet of <i>The Taken King</i> …

Destiny's new treasure chests can be reopened infinitely, if you're fast enough

<b>Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to Polygon on YouTube</b><p><i>Destiny: The Taken King</i>'s new public area, the Dreadnaught, has a familiar quirk about it: You can re-open treasure chests found there repeatedly, if you can move quick enough. After opening a treasure chest, if you can load a new part of the area …

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