Heavy emphasis has been put on the shared world experience that Bungie's Destiny has to offer, and while a great deal of excitement has surrounded it, many fans have been left worried at the prospect of not being able to play by themselves.
Since its reveal, Destiny's hype has only been preceded by the confusion that surrounds it. With one side of the community calling it a first-person shooter/MMO hybrid, whilst the others see it as an RPG, Bungie have finally shed some light on the debate.
Sony's Playstation 4 All Access event was packed with surprised last night, including the reveal of a new uncharted game. Following that was another massive announcement; that the Destiny beta will be coming first to the PS3 and PS4.
After a short break from the scene, Bungie appear to be back in action; answering various questions concerning their upcoming next-gen hit Destiny.
Discussing space travel, micros transactions and the possibility of a PC port, Community Manager Eric Osborne tore the veil away from some of the game's more intimate features in an interview with IGN.
As expected, Bungie's highly anticipated shooter, Destiny, will take to the stage at Sony's E3 press conference next week; which was confirmed on Twitter last night.
Whilst many people may have expected Destiny to feature at Sony's conference, some Microsoft fans may feel slighted, as this surely means that we'll see even more tasty exclusive content for Playstation owners - which they hope will rival Microsoft's content exclusivity of Call of Duty: Ghosts.