Destiny Bungie sale
The Bungie store has an ongoing sale for "Destiny" soundtracks. Bungie

Some new events are happening for “Destiny” players. A new sale is currently ongoing at the Bungie store, while a Bungie Bounty has been put up for PS4 players.

In the latest Weekly Update from the developer, the Bungie Bounty – Rift is scheduled for March 14, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pacific Time. Members of Bungie who will be with the Live Team include Steve Dolan, senior designer and Community Managers Cozmo and DeeJ. PS4 “Destiny” players may be facing a bit of challenge this time around, but it does come at a reward. Bungie as already teased what can be won.

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Additionally, there is the Sounds of Destiny sale for the week. Two soundtracks, the “Destiny” original soundtrack digital edition and the “Destiny: The Taken King” original soundtrack digital edition are both on sale. The former, previously priced at US$8.99 (approx. AU$11.86) is now offered at US$4.49 (approx. AU$6). The Taken King original soundtrack is offered at the same price of US$4.49 (approx. AU$6), as it is discounted from US$14.99 (approx. AU$19.77).

While “Destiny” has been trickling a few updates on its plans for future expansions as well as the as the expected sequel, there is a new development for one of the mainstays in the story. According to GameRant, one of the bigger fan speculations have been confirmed—the Queen of the Reef lives.

According to the source, developer Bungie has revealed that the previously thought of end of the Queen, which was the explosion back in “The Taken King,” was not actually the death of Queen Mara Sov. The news came from the developer itself, as a new weekly stream showed that Kirsten Potter, the voice actress for The Queen, was a guest.

Apart from that, the conversation among the developer revealed that the team is planning to showcase the return of The Queen sometime in the future. The team had showcased that the original plans for the queen has changed since then, but the future is looking to hold a great deal of action.

“This is totally spoiling like ‘Destiny’ 2020 or something but when we get to that world down the road where that original pirate Queen comes out, I think it’s going to be a really powerful moment,” said CJ Cowan, the creative story lead for “Destiny” as quoted by GameRant.

Whether or not The Queen will return in the major expansion expected in spring or as a character in the upcoming sequel remains to be seen. Considering the hint that it will still be in the relatively far future, way later than the expected 2017 debut of the “Destiny” 2, she may still remain in hiding until the “Destiny” sequel comes along.

"Sounds of Destiny" (Credit: YouTube/Bungie)