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Destiny classes detailed in new gameplay trailers

The official Destiny website has been given a bit of an update with some new classes gameplay trailers.

Along with a whole load of new screenshots and developer diaries, we were treated to some new gameplay trailers detailing the trio of Destiny classes – Warlock, Hunter and Titan.

This is one of the first times we’ve seen the three classes in action, giving us some insight into what their functions will be in-game.

If you want to see all three trailers, GamesHQMedia has rolled them into one mega YouTube video which we’ve embedded below.

Activision has also provided some brief information on the back stories of all three Destiny classes, which are as follows:

“The first Titans built the Wall, and bravely gave their lives to defend it. Now, you stand in the same place, steadfast and sure. Our enemies are deadly and merciless, but so are you. You hail from a line of legendary heroes and your strength and skill will be needed to shatter their ranks.”

“Warlocks have long studied the Traveler, mastering some of its arcane energies. Its true purpose still remains a great mystery, but discovering truth has always driven you into the unknown. Now our, enemies stand between you and your greatest discovery – the secrets of the Golden Age.”

“Hunters once prowled the wilderness and wastelands, taking big ricks for even bigger rewards. Making your own luck has always meant bending the rules. But you are no outlaw, at least, not anymore, and your unique brand of daring and ingenuity will be needed now more than ever.”

Destiny will be released for PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360 on September 9. Expect to hear a lot more about this game at E3 2014 in June.

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