Best Destiny 2 gifts and merchandise: Destiny hoodies, action figures, home-wares, and more
From action figures and gaming accessories to Destiny-themed homeware and sketch books, here are the best gifts for any Destiny fan.
Intergalactic sci-fi video game Destiny is one of the few titles to maintain loyal fan-base dedicated to playing on a regular basis years after launch. Following its long-awaited sequel, Destiny 2, we're taking a look at all the latest Destiny merchandise. So whether you're a Warlock, Titan or Hunter, we've got something for you. Or perhaps you are seeking a Destiny gift for a fan in the run-up to Christmas, in which case, we've got you covered. Let's take a guided look at all the Destiny series merchandise and gifts online currently.
One of the most highly anticipated video games of all time, the original Destiny was released in 2014 by Bungie, the lauded creators of Halo.It promised to deliver an entirely new gaming experience, and generated a ton of heat on announcement. Whilst Destiny did go on to sell a remarkably large amount of units, it was a divisive title among both fans and critics. Some praised the game-play and atmosphere, others were dissatisfied with the amount of content in the launch package.
However the game established a dedicated fan-base and pushed out millions of units globally. Over the years Destiny has proved itself to be a fulfilling experience with a near-constant stream of content being added every few months. Since launch, developer Bungie made frequent updates with patches, fixes and game-play balances to make the experience immersive for each and every player; veteran or newcomer. Now Destiny fans are enjoying the latest Destiny 2, which has been released on PC (a first for the series) as well as on Xbox One and PS4.
The franchise's first fully-fledged sequel Destiny 2 promised to deliver an experience that would delight fans of the original Destiny, whilst encouraging a whole new batch of players to join the fold. Destiny 2's initial announcement trailer featured a familiar face from the original game - Cayde-6, a robot Vanguard voiced by Nathan Fillion - and gave a brief glimpse of iconic location 'The Tower' under attack from 'The Cabal' (a group of enemies from the first game). Now you've been briefed on the latest Destiny news, let's take a closer look at the merchandise available currently. There's a real range, spanning everything from candles to onesies, to gorgeous journals and super-cool console accessorises.
Destiny 2: The Official Poster Collection (Insight Edition)
This beautiful art book is comprised of 20 removable, frame-able HQ posters of Destiny series rendered in intricate detail. Featuring full-colour concept artwork from a variety of known graphic designers and illustrators, it covers the most iconic moments and characters across the Destiny series. A perfect gift for someone games or art development inclined, it additionally shows a unique insight into the process of creating art for Destiny.In the UK:From £19| In the US: Around $19.99
Destiny Pop! Vinyl Figures, including Oryx and Lord Shaxx
These Destiny Pop! vinyl figurinees are intricately detailed, colourful, cute and highly collectable! Characters included so far are: Lord Shaxx, Zavala, Ikora, Cayde-6 and Oryx. They are each approximately 3 3/4-inches tall and come with their own display window box.In the UK: From £7 each| In the US: From $13
Destiny PS4 Accessories
KontrolFreek Destiny CQC Signature Edition Sticks for PS4
For those not already familiar with KontrolFreek's range of thumbstick add-ons, these are little rubber grips that you can attach to the end of your gamepad's thumbsticks, designed to give you a slight advantage when it comes to aiming during Destiny. Reportedly, KontrolFreek worked in conjunction with Bungie itself to design this Destiny-themed version of the CQC Signature Edition set of sticks, which feature the Destiny insignia emblazoned on both sticks. In addition to being designed for advanced gamers to gain an additional advantage on the battlefield, the KontrolFreek sticks also help young gamers (or those with smaller hands) get into the action easier.In the US: Around $30 from Amazon US
Destiny Xbox One Accessories
KontrolFreek Destiny CQC Signature Edition Sticks for Xbox One
Similar to the PS4 version above, the KontrolFreek Destiny CQC Signature Edition thumbstick add-ons are officially licensed by Bungie and designed to give players an advantage when playing in frantic online battles. This version is specifically designed for use with Xbox One controllers of all kinds, including the Xbox One Elite controller, if need be.| In the US:Around $30 from Amazon US
Destiny PC Accessories
Razer Ornata Chroma Keyboard Destiny 2 Edition
This special edition Destiny keyboard (can you see the subtly imprinted logo on the wrist rest?) comes from top-notch PC peripherals brand Razer, and as well as glowing in an appealing fashion, boasts top-end functionality that would be at home in the world of eSports and pro-gamers.In the UK: from £129
In one of the most interesting examples of unique officially licensed merchandise, Destiny has its own line of notebooks, journals and sketchbooks. Whether you're the creative type or you just want everyone in your business meeting to know you're a Destiny fan, Bungie and co. have got you covered.
Destiny Deluxe Hardcover Sketchbook
For the artists among you, this beautifully put together deluxe hardcover sketchbook lets you hone your craft across 192 blank pages. Featuring a beautifully designed front cover featuring artwork from the Rise of Iron DLC add-on, it's certain to catch admiring glances!In the UK: Around £12 from Amazon UK | In the US: Around $23 from Amazon US
Destiny Ruled Journal
The most simplistic of all the journals on offer, this ruled journal features over 150 pages of ruled paper along with exclusive concept art from the Destiny series, all bound in a subtle yet strikingdeep blue hardcover.In the UK: Around £12 from Amazon UK | In the US: Around $24 from Amazon US
Destiny: Guardian's Journal
One part writing journal and one part artbook, the Destiny Guardian's Journal features over 150 ruled pages to write to your heart's content on, while the remaining 42 pages feature some previously unseen concept art from the Destiny series, including pieces representing the Guardians, the Traveler, and more. All bound together in a deluxe hardcover.In the UK: Around £12 from Amazon UK | In the US: Around $50 from Amazon US
This Titan Class hoodie is currently available to order. With this one, you'll be proudly wearing your class allegiance quite literally across your chest, so be prepared to defend your in-game choices to other believers.In the UK: Around £57 from Merchoid
Alternatively, if you're the Hunter type, you can get yourself one of these green and black hoodies with the Hunter insignia proudly emblazoned across the front.In the UK: Around £57 from Merchoid
Of course, if neither of the above hoodies did it for you and you wouldn't class yourself as either a Hunter or a Titan player that must mean only one thing - you're all about the Warlock life. That means you can pick yourself up one of these black and grey hoodies with orange trim and arguably be the most stylish of the bunch.
In the UK: Around £57 from Merchoid
Destiny Action Figures
It took a little longer than most people expected but Destiny finally has its own line of action figures based on various class builds and non-player characters in the game. The latest batch is available to order right now and includes a Vault of Glass Titan, an Iron Banner Hunter, a King's Fall Warlock and a deluxe figure of Lord Saladin himself.
Vault of Glass Titan - In the US: Around $99 from Amazon US
Iron Banner Hunter - In the UK: Around £17 from Merchoid | In the US:Around $45 from Amazon US
King's Fall Warlock - In the US:Around $83 from Amazon US
Deluxe Lord Saladin - In the UK: Around £50 from Amazon | In the US:Around $240 from Amazon US
Destiny Mugs, Wallets and Accessories
Destiny Titan Wallet, Hunter Wallet and Warlock Wallet Bifold
No matter what class you choose to play as in-game, you can show your allegiance in the real world with one of these officially licensed Destiny wallets. Titan, Warlock and Hunter are each represented with their own bifold wallet with its own distinct colour scheme and insignia. Which side are you on?
Titan: In the UK: Around £13 from eBay UK | In the US: Around $20 from Amazon US
Warlock: In the UK: Around £10 from Amazon UK
Hunter: Out of stock in the UK and the US.
Destiny 'Fallen Baby' Mug
This Destiny mug featuring cute illustrations of Fallen Babies will make any occasion worth raising a glass (or a mug) to.
In the UK: Around £13 from Just Geek | In the US: Around $16 from Just Geek
Destiny Official Digital Soundtrack
However you feel about the game itself, it's nigh-impossible to deny that it has one of the most impressive scores of any video game in recent years. From composers, Michael Salvatori, C Paul Johnson and Martin O'Donnell (who is best known for his work on the Halo franchise) put together and recorded some truly striking pieces, with a full orchestra to boot. Not only that, but the soundtrack features a brand new song composed by Paul McCartney and Martin O'Donnell exclusively for Destiny. If you've got a Beatle on your soundtrack, you know you're doing something right.
In the UK: Around £8 from Amazon UK | In the US: Around $9 from Amazon US
These are our current top picks for the best Destiny merchandise and gifts out there on the market right now. Have we missed something that you know should be on this list? Feel free to send us a message over on Twitter and we'll take a look.