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Destiny’s PlayStation-exclusive content will remain so for a year, until “at least Fall 2015,” according to the game’s Amazon listing.

“Exclusive content for PlayStation 4 [PlayStation 3, too, on its own listing] owners includes the Exodus Blue Competitive Multiplayer Map, Dust Palace Strike, Weapons, Ships and Gear that will only be on PlayStation until at least Fall 2015.”

The Dust Palace Strike is a three-person strike mission set in the decayed ruins of a human skyscraper on Mars. The multiplayer map, meanwhile, is described as “mid-sized” and ideal for Control and Skirmish game modes.

All of this, presumably—barring any misunderstanding or error on Amazon’s part—will come to Xbox One and Xbox 360 September or October of 2015.

Destiny launches across PS4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360 September 9 worldwide. For more on Bungie’s MMO-inspired shooter, check out my preview of the alpha content from E3 2014.

PlayStation-exclusive Destiny content will remain Sony-only for at least a year

By | 06/20/2014 02:05 PM PT

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Destiny’s PlayStation-exclusive content will remain so for a year, until “at least Fall 2015,” according to the game’s Amazon listing.

“Exclusive content for PlayStation 4 [PlayStation 3, too, on its own listing] owners includes the Exodus Blue Competitive Multiplayer Map, Dust Palace Strike, Weapons, Ships and Gear that will only be on PlayStation until at least Fall 2015.”

The Dust Palace Strike is a three-person strike mission set in the decayed ruins of a human skyscraper on Mars. The multiplayer map, meanwhile, is described as “mid-sized” and ideal for Control and Skirmish game modes.

All of this, presumably—barring any misunderstanding or error on Amazon’s part—will come to Xbox One and Xbox 360 September or October of 2015.

Destiny launches across PS4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360 September 9 worldwide. For more on Bungie’s MMO-inspired shooter, check out my preview of the alpha content from E3 2014.

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