Destiny is a multiplayer computer game made in the form of a first-person shooter. It was released in 2014 for several platforms at once: PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox 360 and One. Its developers are Bungie (the main creator), High Moon Studios, and Radical Entertainment. And the company released the game Activision.
Meaning and History
The video game logo appeared simultaneously with its release. The authors have not officially explained what the original sign means, so users interpret symbols differently, putting forward several theories.
The logo was named Tricorn because of the number of “horns” – it has three of them. According to one hypothesis, it can relate to one of the elements of the game (plot, heroes, facts), designate a class (Titan, Worlock, Hunter) or race (Awoken, Human, Exo).
According to other assumptions, the logo represents a pack of three wolves, and the central element is Traveler. Inveterate gamers believe that it depicts a humanoid who raised his hands in greeting to the Traveler.
As already noted, there are several hypotheses on the origin of the game label and what is drawn on it. One of the most popular and probable explanations: this is the muzzle or the stripped-down wolf track. According to many Destiny fans, he is depicted on the emblem because, in a computer game, there are many references to the fact that these animals are guardians.
Wolf motifs can be seen on the armor and the Iron Banner. As a confirmation of the hypothesis of the presence of the wolf on the logo, it is the nickname that the Traveler received. In Grimoire, he is called Alpha Lupi (Prime Wolf).
Most gamers believe that the meaning behind the brand name is inspired by part of the Master Chief costume. Even if this seems like a joke, the obvious similarities cannot be denied. It is also a direct link to the main character, emphasizing his high spirituality and great destiny since the logo resembles a man in a hoodie with hands raised to the sky.
Font and color
The text part of the logo contains a single word – “Destiny.” The letters are large and distant from each other. The font is simple, sans serif, in uppercase. All characters are proportionally distributed along the length, so the middle is “T,” which hangs like a cross over a graphic element. The color palette is minimalistic and contains muted tones of gray, white, and black.