Sony dropped the bombshell on us today that it’s buying up the Destiny developer, Bungie, for $3.6 billion, but the big news from an Xbox perspective is that Bungie no plan to make PlayStation exclusive so early.
In a message posted on Bungie’s official website, the studio made it clear that it wants to keep Destiny 2 on Xbox and other platforms moving forward, and the same goes for future games in Bungie’s portfolio:
Q. As a Destiny 2 player, does Bungie’s participation in PlayStation have any immediate impact on how I play and experience Destiny 2?
No. Our commitment to Destiny 2 as a full-fledged Cross Play cross-platform game remains unchanged. We want you to play The Witch Queen on February 22, 2022, on the platform of your choice.
Q. Bungie has future games in development, will they now become PlayStation exclusives?
No. We want the worlds we’re creating to extend wherever people play. We will continue to be self-published, creatively independent, and continue to drive a unified Bungie community.
Additionally, the studio also confirmed its plans for the cross-platform features to remain fully intact, stating that the overall goal is for “every player to have an amazing Destiny experience, no matter where you choose to play.”
“Bungie’s bright future is only possible with you – our amazing community of Guardians. If you share our vision for Destiny – a single global community that you can play anywhere, on any device, join us! We are just getting started.”
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