Gaming News, Game Reviews, Game Trailers, Tech News

dtoid   |   japanator   |   flixist   |   tomopop   |   store integrates PSN accounts into new website


Along with Facebook and Google accounts

In the minds of most gamers, Bungie is still synonymous with Microsoft and the Xbox. But the studio appears to be broadening its audience with the recent update to its website. now gives players the option to log in through the use of a Facebook, Google, or even PlayStation Network account. The new site is still in beta, but the current services available to players are the forums with revised tag searching and private group threads.

More and more features will come down the line in the coming months, to help prepare for the release of Bungie's next game, Destiny. I love the kind of stat tracking that Halo Waypoint, Battlelog, or Call of Duty Elite offer to players, so hopefully Bungie can implement a similar system into this next title. Still, logging onto with a PlayStation Network account just seems...odd to me.

[Via Digital Trends]

The article continues below. Login to skip ads, get faster mobile, and dibs on betas


Jason CabralContributor // Profile & Disclosures
Fronts196Blogs 5Following5Followers3

Destructoid News Contributor, 2D/3D artist and all around art nerd. Avid retro game and promotional items collector, and frequent practitioner of Wing Chun Kung Fu. Disclosure: I have worked on ... more


On Destructoid: Destiny   (357)   From our game database:

  • Destiny's Trials of Osiris returns today, but only on PS4 and Xbox One - Chris Carter
  • Here's a trailer for Destiny's Rise of Iron, out next week - Steven Hansen
  • Last-gen Destiny players are getting their final Trials of Osiris event this weekend - Chris Carter
  • Bungie hints at matchmaking for raids in Destiny - Chris Carter
  • Destiny: Rise of Iron's raid won't be as technical as King's Fall - Darren Nakamura
  • Are you doing the Destiny Year Two Moments of Triumph? - Chris Carter
  • Activision announces Destiny: The Collection, available on September 20 - Brett Makedonski
  • Destiny: Rise of Iron is shaking up the previously lame Relic game - Chris Carter
  • After this week, the previous generation versions of Destiny will not be updated - Chris Carter
  • More related stories
    #Bungie #Destiny #PS4 #shooters #Xbox One


    Please login (or) make a quick account (free)
    to view and post comments.

     Login with Twitter

     Login with Dtoid

    Three day old threads are only visible to verified humans - this helps our small community management team stay on top of spam

    Sorry for the extra step!