Destiny Content Discontinued for “Legacy” Consoles


As a part of the growing trend of players migrating from the last generation of consoles to the next – has shown its face across multiple titles. The latest title to make to disembark from the last generation has emerged and the title? As the article title suggests: Destiny.

In the latest trend of doing so – developers and publishers – have pretty much left the “legacy” consoles behind; the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. In this doing so, Bungie has announced that they will not be new content for the two platforms. This means Iron Banner, Trials of Osiris, Live Events, New Exotics/Gear, and Rise of Iron – will run exclusively on both Xbox One as well as PlayStation 4. The team now has also gone to suggest that players looking to continue their experience should opt to getting a PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. You can read their full break-down of this news on the official Bungie Blog.

For a guide to what will be available post Rise of Iron, check out the official “Legacy Console” guide.

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