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Destiny E3 Gameplay Debut Gets The HD Treatment

Jonathan Lester
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Destiny E3 Gameplay Debut Gets The HD Treatment

Destiny received its first proper gameplay reveal during Sony's E3 2013 press conference, which you can now watch at 1080p courtesy of a new official video. The Bungie-developed shooter was one of the most impressive titles of the show, boasting an action-heavy experience that clocks in somewhere between Halo and Borderlands, though we still don't know a huge amount about it beyond a cooperative focus and post-apocalyptic setting.

Well worth a watch if you want to refresh your memory or enjoy the demonstration without relying on shonky off-screen footage. Destiny releases next year on current and next-gen consoles.

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X10  Jul. 4, 2013 at 14:15

I never caught that trailer so that was new to me.
Why is it they had such cringey VO, and the lead voice sounded like they were acting a children's afterschool movie about a boy and his dog, is that to set the tone of the game we are to expect.

Also, "Winner of over 50 E3 awards". Given that no-one knows much about the game yet, how is that possible. I guess it just goes to show you can win awards for anything nowadays.

The voice comms was interesting though (I assume it was meant to mimic 3 people in-game chatting to eachother), is it done through the game engine rather than through an external program? Because the filters on the voices matched the spaces they were in, which was a nice touch.

Just from this trailer, to me it just looks like a very pretty looking, post-apocalyptic/futuristic World of Warcraft. Is that about it?

Nuwidol  Jul. 4, 2013 at 16:07

So, they did the live presentation with a dreadful voice over & then decided to re-do the voice over but keep it just as painfully awful?


For those that didn't see it here is the original voice over.


Be warned though. Its AWFUL.

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