Activision announces Destiny: The Collection, available on September 20


Everything included

Destiny is going out with a bang this year. Add-on Rise of Iron will release on September 20, and it's likely the last piece of content before a sequel releases in 2017. It'll be received with open arms from the community, as it hasn't gotten substantial new content since The Taken King in September 2015. But, those who haven't yet played any Destiny have an opportunity awaiting that can get them caught right back up.

Today, Activision revealed Destiny: The Collection -- ostensibly a "game of the year"-type package that bundles all Destiny DLC with the base game. That means that Destiny, The Dark Below, House of Wolves, The Taken King, and Rise of Iron are all included. It releases alongside Rise of Iron on September 20 at a price of $59.99.

This also comes with a bit of extra incentive for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 players to upgrade to current consoles. There's a legacy program where those folks can buy a digital copy of Destiny: The Collection for $40 if they already own The Taken King. That offer lasts until January 31, 2017.

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