Bungie and Destiny are separated by Activision
Bungie's "divorced" from Activision, but retains the rights on the franchise of Destiny. After 8 years, the software house - also known for having created the saga of Halo - has decided to begin a new path, breaking up the partnership with Activision, founded in 2010.
Bungie will retain, however, rights to Destiny and, in a long place on the official blog, has confirmed that all updates and expansions planned for Destiny 2 in 2019 will arrive as scheduled, along with other ads (Destiny 3?) that will be disclosed in the course of the next few months.
When, in 2010, we began our partnership with Activision, the gaming industry was very different. As an independent practice that is prepared to create an entirely new experience, we needed a partner who gave us confidence. We had a very ambitious Destiny, but to launch a game of this magnitude, it was necessary to the support of a partner, the editorial said.Camera at the top, and 4K video at 60fps with all the quality Apple? Apple iPhone XS, on offer today from TecnoTrade Shop at 889 euro or from ePrice to 1,066 euros. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING