Destiny Jukebox Easter Egg – Siege of Madrigal Remix!

As of the Destiny Update 1.1.2, Bungie added a Jukebox in Destiny located in the Tower and it has an audio Easter egg, a Siege of Madrigal Remix!

Just head to the hangar side and down these stairs to the bar. When you activate it, it plays a random 20 second song. There appears to be 9 different songs, including Hope For The Future by Paul McCartney, a rock remix of Destiny’s Cabal theme soundtrack, a banjo remix of the Destiny theme, and a Siege of Madrigal Remix!

Bungie used Siege of Madrigal in the game Myth and it has since appeared as Easter Eggs in ever Halo game made by Bungie – Halo CE, Halo CE Anniversary, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, and Halo Reach. These Easter eggs also appeared in their respective locations in the Master Chief Collection with achievements!

And now you can add Destiny to the list – I’m just surprised it took them this long to decide to add it into their game, since it’s been in every Bungie game since Myth.

PlayStation to get 4 Day Exclusive Access to Destiny Beta

According to Gamesradar, PlayStation will get 4 days of exclusive Destiny Beta access before those on Xbox. What do you think? Destiny Beta is set for July and dates will be confirmed at E3. This is unconfirmed information but appears to be pretty legitimate.

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Destiny VGX Gameplay Trailer!

Hello everyone Chief here back yet again with some breaking Destiny news. During Spike TV’s Video Game Award show, now known as VGX a relatively new gameplay trailer was revealed. It’s a little unfortunate seeing old footage again but there are some beautiful new looks intermittently throughout the video. Bungie is a master at teasing us. It would have been nice to have seen the HUD during some of these scenes – which always provides further juicy details.

Within this trailer we get some great (and relatively brief) new looks at the pike vehicle, competitive multiplayer, some guardian supers in action, and fireteams facing off against the many enemies within Destiny – The Vex, Cabal, The Fallen with on of them at the receiving end of a throwing knife, and the Hive. Also including more angles of Phogoth – the Hive boss and another unknown floating Hive enemy that the community has dubbed the “Hive Queen”.

Most of the footage however is old or just new angles of previously seen footage. Bungie is definitely knows how to make their viewers beg for more.

– Chief