Actor Joe Manganiello plays 'Destiny' at the game's launch in Seattle, Washington, on September 8, 2014. AFP
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Hotly-anticipated video game "Destiny" soared at launch on Tuesday, setting a trajectory intended to eclipse the blockbuster hit its makers had with "Halo"."Destiny" from Bungie studio was the most pre-ordered new video game franchise in history, according to publisher Activision.Versions of "Destiny" were released for play on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles as well as their predecessors the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 .Those behind the video game franchise envision it spanning a decade or more, with new instalments released over time.The number of players topped 4.6 million, making it the largest test run ever for a new video game franchise, according to Activision Publishing.A compelling aspect of "Destiny" is that players can move easily about a seemingly boundless virtual universe, slipping into or out of battles raging between online players.
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