“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 There’s much more to come.” It's worth noting that the agency-provided images do appear to be mock-ups for advertising purposes and are likely based on previously existing imagery.Eagle-eyed readers have pointed out that the second image appears to be based on artwork from canceled Command & Conquer game Tiberium. Some pictures were taken in mirrors while the culprit held the camera high above their head.
While is currently password-protected, if it is indeed a URL that’s been purchased by Bungie, it could suggest that Destiny will ultimately be the game’s final name rather than a codename as previously speculated.Bungie has confirmed to IGN that the document was prepared by an advertising agency and represents an outside look at Destiny’s plot, key values and more.According to the document, “Our story begins seven hundred years from now in the Last City on Earth, in a Solar System littered with the ruins of man’s Golden Age.This was the social networking equivalent of when we used to put peoples’ initials in our AIM profiles… It was like the obsession with putting lyrics in you AIM profile got to a point where we wanted people to hear the lyrics too. My Space was really a great place for music though. My Space of course got phased out by the giant of all social networks Facebook.Now, we just accept the fact that we have no friends. How awkward was it when you weren’t in someone’s top friend list but they were in yours… Or when you had to include someone in your top friends even though you didn’t like them. When did we have to put our friends in order (in public – not just in our heads)?! Most of the songs on My Space profiles fit the teenage angst bill and were either depressing, angry, or chill meaning a song from the 90s that automatically made you cool for listening to it. I found so many unknown artists and local bands and would of course put this music on my profile page. Originally, Facebook was just for college kids so those not in college resorted to My Space.
A quote from Bungie co-founder Jason Jones says “Destiny is designed for your inner seven year old.