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Bungie reveals achievements and trophies for Destiny

Bungie has finally released details about the PlayStation Trophies and Xbox Achievements for their upcoming first person shooter Destiny. A post on their official website revealed the name of each achievement along with a brief description of what needs to be done to unlock them. However, the developer did not include the trophy level or achievement score associated with each individual unlockable. The full list can be seen below.

Destiny has been in the headlines constantly over the last couple of months. Activision revealed that the game had a budget of $500 million. This made it the most expensive game ever to be created. Bungie then went on to explain why the next generation version of the title has a limited frame rate of 30fps was due to the fact it supported cross-platform play. The developer wanted all players to experience the same game so put limits on the next generationĀ versions to make them comparable to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 ports.

More recently Bungie also released an public alpha for Destiny. Gamers were able to get their first chance to play the highly anticipated title, which went on to be extended past its original date. Over 6 million games were played during the alpha period leading to 190 million kills. The official beta will launch on PlayStation 3 and 4 July 17 with the Xbox version launching later in the month. Destiny will hit store shelves September 9 for both PlayStation and Xbox consoles. A PC version of Destiny has been discussed but Bungie has not yet committed to releasing it for that platform.

Achievement List

  • Change of Heart: Reverse a decision you made in an upgrade grid
  • Ship Rite: Rebuild a Jumpship
  • Lucky 7s: Attain a Grimoire score of 777
  • Decryptologist: Decrypt 25 Engrams
  • Use of Weapons: Dismantle 50 pieces of armor or weapons
  • The Life Exotic: Obtain and equip a piece of Exotic gear
  • A New Steed: Obtain and equip a new personal vehicle
  • Suited for War: Have all armor and weapon slots equipped with Legendary or Exotic gear
  • Bane of the Emperor: Kill 25 Cabal with precision shots in 1 mission without dying
  • Bane of the Kell: Kill 25 Fallen with precision shots in 1 mission without dying
  • Bane of the Machines: Kill 25 Vex with precision shots in 1 mission without dying
  • Blink of an Eye: Kill 5 enemies in 3 seconds
  • Valorous: Earn the maximum weekly Vanguard score
  • Notorious: Earn the maximum weekly Crucible score
  • Public Defender: Earn the highest tier of completion in 10 public events
  • Finders Keepers: Assist in capturing 50 capture points in Control
  • Relic Hunter: Assist in capturing 20 capture points in Salvage
  • Hunter Killer: Kill 100 Hunters in PvP
  • Giant Slayer: Kill 100 Titans in PvP
  • Witch Hunt: Kill 100 Warlocks in PvP
  • Ask Questions Later: Earn a first strike kill in PvP
  • Excessive Force: Register 25 kills in PvP with heavy weapons
  • Triple Play: Kill a Hunter, Titan, and Warlock without dying in a PvP match
  • Raider: Complete a Raid
  • Raiding Party: Complete a Raid with a full fireteam consisting of only your clan members
  • Epic Raider: Complete a Raid on hard difficulty
  • Inspector: Inspect another player
  • Vanguard Honor: Attain Vanguard Rank 3
  • A Friend Indeed: Resurrect 5 fallen players
  • Rising Vanguard: Complete a Strike
  • Strength of the Pack: Complete a Strike with a full fireteam consisting of only your clan members
  • Flawless Striker: Complete a Strike without anyone in your fireteam dying
  • Ghost Hunter: Discover 50 dead ghosts
  • Dragon Slayer: Kill a champion of hte Dark
  • Hunter Mastery: Fully upgrade a Hunter Subclass
  • Titan Mastery: Fully upgrade a Titan Subclass
  • Warlock Mastery: Fully upgrade a Warlock Subclass
  • Packing Heat: Fully upgrade an Exotic weapon
  • Fully Weaponized: Fully upgrade a Legendary weapon

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