Destiny Info Overload: Classes, Environments, Races Showcased in Concept Art, New Character Video

The scale of it all easily exceeds anything seen in their Halo games.

Posted By | On 29th, Mar. 2013

Bungie have released a ton of concept art for their upcoming massively multiplayer online shooter Destiny, showcasing the scale and scope of the game which will see release on PS4, PS3, Xbox 360 and the Next Xbox as well. If you doubted the sheer amount of detail and diversity, doubt no more.


From the concept art, we can make out cities where players can congregate and which will act as hubs, ruins of what was once a modern civilization, starships, even more player classes, several alien race, different outfits for the same class (which could indicate sub-classes) and so much more.

Honestly, we doubt we’re even scratching the surface here.

It will certainly be amazing to see how Bungie can have all of this running in a persistent online world with the way Destiny looks now. And to think – this is only the first part of a planned series. Stay tuned as more details for Destiny emerge.

Check out Bungie’s character development video from GDC 2013 for Destiny as well.


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