The game retails for $59.99 on both systems, and those who pre-order Destiny at GameStop will receive an exclusive two-sided poster as a bonus. A release date has not yet been announced for the game, and buyers will not be charged until the order is shipped and processed.
Details on pre-order promotional materials were leaked earlier this week for both stores. Destiny will allow players to customize characters and earn further customizable weapons, gear and vehicles. The game includes both co-op and competitive multiplayer that will function seamlessly with its single-player experience.
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