The great impact that came with Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzard may have relegated the operation to the background of the media, but it is none the less. A year ago Sony announced the purchase of Bungie (creators of Halo and Destiny) for $3.6 billion,
Of course, this is an acquisition with some nuances. Perhaps most prominently, Bungie will continue to operate independently, and, in theory, launch cross-platform games,
After four years of content, Destiny 2 doesn’t end there. It’s clear that one day a third installment will arrive, but for now it looks like Bungie will be choosing new IPs for the foreseeable future.
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For example, we recently learned that Bungie’s new game (which won’t be Destiny 3) will use the Tiger engine, according to a job posting. and everything points Sony is behind the case,
Be careful, because there’s more. Bungie Is Charting Its New Release Path, Not Forgetting About Destiny 2, But Setting Your Eyes on New Games as a Service for Sony or NetEase (one of the big Chinese companies).
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Destiny is currently Bungie’s core IP, but we shouldn’t forget that they are the authors of the first Halo (until Halo: Reach), which is considered the best in the Xbox franchise.
it is practically confirmed Bungie working on new gamesThose who will likely opt again for the multiplayer format that worked so well in Destiny and its sequel, Destiny 2.
Creative Director of Bungie tom farnsworth, has opened Pandora’s box with a few tweets. For starters, they’ve revealed a Destiny 2 shield with a different emblem.
This is what the shield looks like in Bungie for 11 years. Each medal represents one of the 25+ Destiny releases we’ve shipped to millions of players. During that time we completely changed how we develop games and do business, going from strictly boxed products to live service games. pic.twitter.com/XVab4UJmS1
— Tom Farnsworth (@tomfromtheweb) January 4, 2023
Beyond the one that his kids play with, Farnsworth says that each of these icons signifies a release related to the Destiny saga. A curious and beautiful detail for fans of the franchise.
right after he confirmed it Bungie is working on new unannounced projects, and Sony has a major role in them, This is logical, since purchases were consolidated long ago.
,And in collaboration with Sony, we are also working on several unannounced projects. come join us!‘” says Tom Farnsworth on his personal Twitter account.
What project is Bungie’s creative director talking about? For now we know that Sony is preparing 10 games as a service for the PS5 (one is Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us multiplayer), but there’s a lot more to tell.
In total there are three rumored projects within Bungie. is the first marathon rebootA first-person shooter saga that became popular in the 90s as a Mac exclusive.
is on the other side Matter, a project as a service being funded by NetEaseA Chinese company that has contracted famous people like Yakuza creator and former Sega, Toshihiro Nagoshi.
In conclusion, the various job offers state that Bungie prepares a new competing IP set within the Destiny universe, Apparently Sony will also have a hand behind this project.
latest game from bungie Destiny 2One of the best multiplayer shooters that you can try on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One. There’s an F2P version (free) on Steam and the Epic Store, and remember that the Lightfall expansion comes out on February 28th for Destiny 2.