Well, it seems that an Amazon listing for Destiny: The Collection (opens in new tab) that popped up late last month was at least half right. There is indeed a Destiny: The Collection coming to PS4 and Xbox One, but instead of arriving on August 18 - as the listing had stated - it will hit shelves on September 20.
The Collection will bundle together all four of Destiny (opens in new tab)'s expansions for $60/£50. That means if you still haven't hopped aboard the sci-fi quasi-MMO's hype train, this version will get you caught up to speed. Pre-order digitally and you'll be able to play the base game, The Dark Below, House of Wolves, and The Taken King immediately, with Rise of Iron (opens in new tab) unlocking on September 20. Everyone who purchases Destiny: The Collection will also get a level 40 character boost.
The Collection also serve as a bridge for PS3 and Xbox 360 players, who recently got their last scheduled patch (opens in new tab) and will not receive future expansions. These players can take advantage of an upgrade program by purchasing a digital copy of Destiny: The Collection for $40, which will also allow the transfer of characters from PS3 to PS4 and Xbox 360 to Xbox One. A few caveats though: last-gen players will need to own The Taken King, and the upgrade program only lasts until January 31, 2017.
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