Bungie breaks up with Activision and obtained the rights of publication of Destiny

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    Developer and publisher separated their ways.

    Bungie announced today that has obtained the rights to publish Destiny. Activision, publisher of the first two, will focus its efforts on strengthening its licensors and other projects.

    This breakthrough comes after years of tension between the two companies, since before even the release of the first Destiny, according to Kotaku. Today, Bungie has revealed the news to his employees in a meeting with a tone that would have been positive for the team.

    “We have enjoyed eight years of success and we would like to thank Activision your partnership in Destiny”, says Bungie on their official blog. “Looking forward, we are excited to announce the plans of Activision to transfer the rights of Destiny to Bungie. With our remarkable community Destiny, we are ready to publish it ourselves“.

    Activision has confirmed the news with a message on Twitter.

    A tension that we saw in September

    Destiny debuted in 2014, on consoles, and then received expansions, a sequel, and more expansions. The last, Destiny 2: The Renegade, was launched last September, and because then you could see a division of criteria between Activision and Bungie.

    we have Not seen all the commitment-players – with Destiny, which has led to a low performance with respect to our expectations. Some players are in mode ‘wait and see’. If you’re inside, you’re hooked. If not, I think that now is the time to bring back the players,” said Activision after The Renegades.

    Bungie reacted to these words that sounded to disappointment by ensuring that they were proud to be an expansion “the players would love to”.

    Bungie breaks up with Activision and obtained the rights of publication of Destiny
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    Bungie breaks up with Activision and obtained the rights of publication of Destiny
    Source: www.vandal.net  
    January 10, 2019

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