A new Reddit thread has popped up that provides players with a link to a previously unreleased album of music from Destiny 1. The album, Music of the Spheres, was composed by Paul McCartney of Beatles fame, Martin O’Donnell and Michael Salvatori. According to Kotaku, the album was never released by Bungie after O’Donnell was fired. The caveat in this is that the album has been released by a user named OS_Epsilon who has shared it and it is not an official Bungie release.
GuardianCon began humbly three years ago with Twitch streamers uniting to rais money for charity. This year, it is a full-blown event that has already raised $1.2M for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital ahead of the two day event to be held on June 30th through July 1st. This doubles the $560,000 raised only a year ago.
Destiny fans will want to check into the Bungie live stream event being held this Wednesday, March 22nd to show off some of the Age of Triumph update contents. Hosted by 3D Character Artist Ian McIntosh and Senior Gameplay Designer Josh Hamrick, the show will also reveal new rewards for Guardians in Age of Triumph as well as more information about the return of Raid weapons and making stuff fancy. FANCY!
Destiny players will be able to get into the holiday spirit starting on December 13th during The Dawning. The event will feature new quests and bounties, new challenges and marks the return of the Sparrow Racing League. There are 2 new tracks, one on Earth, one on Mercury. Lastly, a brand new game mode called Strike Scoring has been added.
Destiny players will be able to check out this year’s version of the Festival of the Lost, the game’s version of a Halloween celebration. During the event, players will be able to collect masks, candy and laugh in the face of Death itself. Check out this year’s trailer before heading to the Destiny site.