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Detecting Enemies Ahead
Our live streams are over. There are no more events to crash. We’ve teased every detail that we dare to spoil. Now it’s time to dance.
Oryx won’t be a no-show, Guardians. Count on it.
Project Mayhem Homework Assignment
Rift is live in the Crucible right now. Have you run the spark yet?
This weekend, we’re adding Mayhem Clash to the mix. You’ve never seen a storm of super abilities like this.
Know the Score
“When do we get a new soundtrack?”
It’s a question we’ve seen rifled at us on social media of late – especially since the new menu screen for The Taken King took root on your console. Thanks to the Bungie Audio Team, it’s a question we no longer have to dodge. Coming soon to a music download service near you…
It arrives at the same time as Oryx. On September 15th, we’re releasing the music that has spurred us on through Year One and will catapult us into Year Two. Here are some words from the team of composers who have scored your adventures since the launch of Destiny.
“As the World of Destiny continues to evolve, so must the music that brings it to life. The heroic moment when you first grabbed Crota’s sword. The legendary fanfare that heralded the capture of Skolas for the Queen. The dark, regal overtones as Oryx enters our Solar System on a path to revenge. It has been our honor to score your new adventures. We hope you enjoy listening to the Taken King Soundtrack as much as we have enjoyed creating it. May it remind you of your bravest moments in a world imagined for heroes.”
Today, we’re sharing an opening sample of what will greet you as you fire up The Taken King, composed by Michael Salvatori, C Paul Johnson, and Skye Lewin. Anyone else feel like a total bad ass right now?
You’ll find the entire collection available for download from places like Amazon and iTunes. You’ll even find a higher-quality version for the true audiophile in the Bungie Store with some collectibles. We’ll let you know when each version is live.