Bungie & # 39; large majority & # 39; still working on Destiny. So what about that minority?
Destiny franchise director, Luke Smith, has clarified that Bungie's future lies with the sci-fi shooter series.
After Bungie's split from his publisher, Smith has posted on the company's website and thanks Activision and other development partners for their help to the series so far, before describing the short and long-term plans for the series.
In the short term, Bungies continues to "continuously build the content we promised to the Annual Pass." Smith acknowledges criticism of the latest expansion's high demands and, in return, says: "We want to find the line between new content that many players can play and aspiring content for players to move forward. . "
Smith is more strict about long-term thinking, but makes it clear that" Bungie is committed to Destiny. We created the universe and we keep our future completely in our hands. "[1
It's a question we need to consider for now, but our own Fireteam Chat team has opinions about what the split means for Destiny and Bungie as a whole.
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