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'Destiny' E3 2014 reveal, PS4 resolution and frame rate discussed

'Destiny' gameplay
'Destiny' gameplay
Photo courtesy of Activision, used with permission

Sid Shuman has made several comments in regards to the PS4 version of the upcoming multiplatform software product, "Destiny." According to a report from Gamepur on April 30, the social media community manager at Sony Computer Entertainment America recently got some hands-on playtime with an early build of the video game. He was asked by a fan if the shared-world first-person shooter is running at the 1080p native resolution with a frame rate clip of 60.

Although he did not provide any specific details, he personally believed that "Destiny" was running "great." Furthermore, he described the graphics in the video game as "definitely a looker." The new intellectual property will be arriving on the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles. Many fans expect that the it should look best on Sony's next-generation system based on the performances of previous multiplatform games such as "Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag," "Battlefield 4"and "Call of Duty: Ghosts."

Another enthusiast also wanted to know if "Destiny" would be showcased at E3 2014. The community manager at Bungie confirmed his company will be attending the event, teasing that what happens in Los Angeles rarely stays there. Sony Computer Entertainment, who has a partnership with the studio, will be holding a press conference. Activision, the publisher of the upcoming title, should also have a media briefing.

At around the same time, Bungie is planning to launch the multiplayer beta. The play test will provide plenty of contents for players to try out before the final product is released. Customers can still get in on the multiplayer beta by pre-ordering the product through select retailers such as Amazon and GameStop.

"Destiny" was originally set to come out in the spring before being pushed back until Sept. 9. Along with having first access to the aforesaid multiplayer play test, the PS3 and PS4 versions come with exclusive contents as well when compared to the Xbox 360 and Xbox One iterations. You can check out the graphics of the upcoming title from the official Twitter page with the picture near the top of this article. You can pre-order the game from the Amazon product page in the following link: "Destiny."