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Bungie on Destiny beta resuming: 'Where we understand what this thing really is'

Excited for more Destiny?
Excited for more Destiny?
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A beta can be a valuable asset for any game and for Destiny, it has been extremely valuable. Allowing people the opportunity to get an inside look at this upcoming, new IP was one of the best things Bungie could do, but now the real test is coming.

Bungie has opened-up the Destiny beta once more and players across the PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS3 are getting the chance to step into the world of Destiny. David Dague, who is a community manager at Bungie, spoke about how things have been going for the Destiny beta thus far and what they're looking forward to.

"We're pretty happy, a lot of people played. We always look at things in terms of looking for improvement so more people can play [and] play more often, which is why we've been running some of these special events like the Iron Banner. All of these things have been a lot of fun, so when the second stage of the beta begins on Wednesday.

"We get to welcome players from all four consoles, and that [will be] where we start to understand what this thing really is. That when we can finally unify our entire community around a shared experience and have them all tell us what things are like in their own corner of this brave new world," Dague said.

The Destiny beta on PS4 provided players with a fantastic first look at the game and helped people become more acquainted with what Destiny is exactly. There's no better way to do that then get the game in the hands of players.

It'll be interesting to see what Bungie finds from the Destiny beta finishes up this weekend. It'll no doubt test servers more than the original PlayStation only beta did. It will run through this coming Sunday. At that point, the next time people will be able to get their hands-on Destiny will be on Sept. 9. Destiny will be available then on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS3.

Thanks, GamerTag Radio.