Destiny developer Bungie has released a new collection of concept artwork and renders of in-game characters and armor on the game's official SubReddit.
This follows the release of concept art earlier in the week, which provided a glimpse at the desolate regions that make up what is left of human civilization.
Check out the concept art above, and then take a look at our write-up of the recent talk design director Christopher Barrett gave at this year's Game Developers Conference, in which he detailed the process of bringing together fantasy and science fiction influences to create a "mythic sci-fi world."
Destiny is set for release in 2014 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.
Destiny developer Bungie released a few new pieces of concept art yesterday, providing a glimpse at the desolate regions beyond the extent of what's left of human civilization.
A catastrophic event wiped out all but a few humans, and the survivors remain confined to the City, the last remaining settlement on Earth. There they live in the shadow of the Traveler, a giant, protective sphere floating above them.
Outside the City lies everything that was abandoned when the population moved into the City, settlements like Old Russia that have been overtaken by nature and humanity's enemies. People also attempted to explore the Moon, but those missions proved too dangerous, and the satellite has since been labeled a Forbidden Zone.
See the concept art above, and then check out our write-up...
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate, which publisher Tecmo Koei Games refers to as "the definitive Dead or Alive 5 package," will be released in North America this fall on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, the company announced today.
Tecmo Koei revealed the game earlier this week in Famitsu magazine, but only confirmed a Japanese release set for this fall. The publisher said today that it will launch the game at retail and digitally on PS3 and Xbox 360.
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The new content includes characters such as...