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Whether the game is coming out this year or not, the wait to find out how long we have to wait for Destiny seems to be coming to a close. Bungie has pre-announced that on February 17 they'll be showing a first glimpse of their new game, which they officially admit is called Destiny.

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thebruce posts news on his tumblr about how GAF and reddit each solved the first stage of the alphalupi Destiny ARG.

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This partial image is one of those presented when a node is activated. With more simultaneous users at different locations around the world, the target image becomes clearer.


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This promotional image was revealed after the solution of the first stage of Bungie's Destiny-related ARG, alphalupi.


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Bungie founder Jason Jones talks about moving the company away from Halo and towards something new: Destiny.

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Most Bungiefen have been eagerly awaiting official news for the company's next game, referred to internally as Tiger and externally as Destiny, have so far been treated only to long-winded legal contracts and some leaked treatments and concept art. Bungie has started up their Community Theatre series of short videos on YouTube featuring Deej and Raspy (a stuffed tiger, get it?) and promising a reveal of the company's new game within a few weeks.

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In the second installment of Bungie Community Theater, Deej says that Bungie has been working for years "under the cover of darkness" on a new universe, but that what they've been creating will be unveiled "within a matter of weeks".

I say if he's wrong, the tiger should eat him.

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A flash drive lost by a third party contractor reveals art and information pertaining to Bungie's new project, Destiny.

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11/27/2012

A flash drive lost by a third party contractor reveals art and information pertaining to Bungie's new project, Destiny.

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11/27/2012

Court proceedings involving Activision reveal what appears to be a legitimate copy of the contract between Activision and Bungie for their new intellectual property, Destiny, which is intended to have a series of cross-platform releases with DLC over the next decade.

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05/23/2012

Court proceedings involving Activision reveal what appears to be a legitimate copy of the contract between Activision and Bungie for their new intellectual property, Destiny, which is intended to have a series of cross-platform releases with DLC over the next decade.

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05/21/2012

Leaks seem to be de rigeur for Bungie's new game, codenamed and possibly titled Destiny. First, court documents relating to legal disputes involving new publisher Activision revealed some of the general parameters of the game and the intended products, platforms and publishing schedules.

Now, apparently a third party employee forgot a flash drive at a restaurant, and supplied the gaming press with a few more documents and a few pieces of what appears to be concept art. In response, Bungie appeared to acknowledge the leak as legitimate, and replied with a bit of concept art of their own.

Since the leaked images have all been watermarked from hell to breakfast so that sites like IGN can stop other sites from stealing their "found footage" so to speak, I'm only going to take a close look at the shot Bungie actually wanted us to see, as well as the text quoted by some of the leak stories, and only describe the other images to try and back up some interpretation of the text or the official image. If you really need to see those other images, I'm sure the Internet will find a way to accede to your wishes.

Between the official image and the quoted portions of the text, it's possible to build up a few tentative ideas about what to expect from Destiny, and the kinds of ideas and themes the new game might share with past Bungie works.

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Bungie said:

"Go ahead. Take a peek. It’s alright. We weren't quite ready, but we will be soon, and we can’t wait to finally show you what we've really been up to.

Stick around, we haven’t even started yet."


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From this week's Breaking In interviewing Rachel Swavely it seems like motion capture is going to play a big role in what Bungie is doing with Destiny.

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