Quite possibly one of the biggest games to be revealed at E3 was Bungie’s next-gen shooter, Destiny.
While we already know the game will ship on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, Activision has kept quiet on when we should expect the game to hit store shelves other than saying “2014.”
Today, though, I received an email from online retailer Amazon stating that the “release date for the video game listed below has been changed by the publisher and we want to provide you with a new delivery estimate based on the new release date,” which is on June 30, 2014.
Keep in mind that I am an Amazon Prime member, so this means I will get the game the day it’s released, which frees up Activision’s mega-shooter Call of Duty: Ghosts to be its sole focus when the holiday buying frenzy starts.
For reference, June 30, 2014 is a Monday and it’s not out of the question for games to be released in the U.S. even if it’s not a Tuesday (e.g. The Last of Us). However, chances are this is a release window estimate.
For more on Destiny, read up on Activision’s claims that the title is most probably one of the “biggest investments” in a new brand in video game history.