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Bungie releases Destiny concept art

Halo maker issues official screenshot from studio's upcoming title; confirmed details in leaked marketing document outing story and concept art details as authentic.


Halo maker Bungie has released an official screenshot from its upcoming game, rumoured to be titled Destiny.

The first look at Bungie's next title, Destiny.
The first look at Bungie's next title, Destiny.

The screenshot, posted on Bungie's official site, came as a response to a leaked marketing document reportedly provided to IGN by a reader, which outed story details and concept art from the upcoming game.

According to IGN, Bungie has confirmed that the document was prepared by an advertising agency and that it provides authentic details surrounding the game's plot.

"We weren't quite ready, but we will be soon, and we can't wait to finally show you what we've really been up to," Bungie wrote on its official site. "Stick around, we haven't even started yet."

The leaked document describes Destiny as a "fun and accessible" game with a "deep, tangible and relatable" universe that is compared to the Star Wars franchise. The game is also described as "social at its core."

A Bungie spokesperson commented on the leaked document, telling IGN: "We're not quite ready to take the wraps off our next universe, but in light of recent events we thought we'd give fans something a little more official over at Feel free to drop by and say hello! There's much more to come."

According to the document, Destiny's plot revolves around an alien ship bent on destroying Earth and the "knights" tasked with defending what's left of humanity. The document also shows images bearing the Destiny logo along with Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 icons.

Destiny is Bungie's first project as part of a 10-year publishing deal with Call of Duty company Activision. Legal documents from May suggested that the game will be released for the Xbox 360 in 2013, with a 2014 release slated for the PlayStation 3.

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