Bungie has a Destiny testing team called Velveeta that tries to find the cheesiest exploits in the game. That’s one of the revelations inDestiny frontman Luke Smith’s latest blog post, part one of a three-part epic looking at the state of the game since Forsaken launched last September. The biggest news? That clunky Pursuits tab is finally getting a new look.
Want to know what it’s like to be at E3? Danny O’Dwyer and his Noclip team have put together a great tour of the show, featuring interviews with media, developers, and even some jerk from Kotaku. Click "read more" to watch.
The fantastic book Masters of Doom is getting a TV pilot, to be produced by the Franco brothers and prolific writer Tom Bissell (who, full disclosure, is a good friend of mine). Here’s to video game books turning into TV shows!
The smart moves for Destiny 2 continue. Starting this autumn, Bungie will be converting all of the Eververse armour (the stuff you buy with real money) into Universal Ornaments that can be added to the armour you earn, allowing you to customise gear without worrying about Eververse perks. More on that (and other Eververse changes) here.