Bungie is giving fans a behind the scenes look at Destiny.

Bungie announces a weekly Destiny show

Bungie is giving fans a behind the scenes look at Destiny.

Bungie has announced that they are looking to give fans a behind-the-scenes look at how the incredibly popular Destiny game was made. Titled “Ride Along”, this weekly series will play host to various Bungie employees as they discuss what it takes to keep the game up and running. The show will air on Bungie’s Twitch channel.

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The first episode is going to air March 2, and will be lead by Senior Artist Andrew Hopps and Senior Designer Brian Frank. The episode will mainly focus on Oryx’s Fortress, as well as how they go about actually creating the destinations they have planned for their fans. 

Later episodes will focus on the audio team and Clan Resolute. The audio based installment will have members of the audio team sharing stories about the creation of the game’s unique sound. From gunfire to the soundtrack, it seems like they’ll talk about a little of everything. The Clan Resolute episode will emphasize what it means to be part of a clan and what it is a clan does.

It also seems that Bungie plans to reveal details regarding their Spring update during an episode of Ride Along. They mentioned that the designers will reveal more details later on regarding things such as:

“…a significant Light increase, a bunch of new gear to earn and equip, and new challenges for PvE players seeking some more fun experiences and deployability.”

For the Destiny fanatics out there, this seems like a must watch. What do you think Destiny fans? Are you gonna give Bungie’s new show a go?

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