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‘Destiny’ DLC codes potentially revealed by Bungie

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A list of DLC codes for “Destiny” has been compiled. According to a report from VG247 on March 3, Bungie has been giving away trading cards containing images of characters and locations in the shared-world first-person shooter. The items also include mysterious codes that can be redeemed through the redemption portal of the studio’s domain.

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The Desti-Nation website was able to find all of the vouchers handed out by Bungie for “Destiny” so far. The codes can be redeemed by more than one user. A slideshow containing some screens from the new intellectual property can be found to the left of this article while the list of DLC vouchers can be seen below:

  • Warlock: YKA-RJG-MH9
  • Hunter: 3DA-P4X-F6A
  • Titan: MVD-4N3-NKH
  • Rixis: TCN-HCD-TGY
  • Old-Russia: HDX-ALM-V4K
  • Hive: 473-MXR-3X9
  • Moon: JMR-LFN-4A3
  • Gjallorhorn: HC3-H44-DKC
  • Duke MK.44: 69P-KRM-JJA
  • The Tower: 69P-VCH-337
  • The Hive: Ogre 69R-CKD-X7L
  • Valley of the kings, Mars: 69R-DDD-FCP
  • The Fallen: 69R-F99-AXG
  • Red Death: 69R-VL7-J6A
  • The Cabal: 69X-DJN-74V
  • The Devastated Coast, Venus: 6A7-7NP-3X7
  • Vex Minotaur: 6A9-DTG-YGN

The codes will most likely unlock in-game contents for “Destiny.” Bungie has not yet announced any DLC plans although a leaked report suggested that the studio may be planning both big and small downloadable content packs.

The multiplayer beta for the software product is slated to launch in the summer season. The play test will be made available for the PS3 and PS4 exclusively for a limited amount of time before the Xbox 360 and Xbox One players could also get in on the action. The final version of “Destiny” is set to launch on Sept. 9th in the North America region for all four aforementioned platforms.

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