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Bungie Elaborates on Split from Activision

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Bungie is talking about their split with Activision, and is clarifying that the only reason the two companies parted ways was solely based on both having different ideas about the future of Destiny.

Bungie is now the sole developer of Destiny, marking a split that isn’t often seen in the industry.

“I think we need to dispel the notion Activision was some prohibitive overlord that wasn’t letting us do awesome things,” Bungie communications director David “Deej” Dague said, during an interview with Eurogamer.

“We launched this franchise with Activision, naturally and over the course of time we both decided we had different goals for what we wanted it to be, so we both went our separate ways.”

“We’re committed to doing all the things we’re doing right now – Solstice of Heroes is ours, Moments of Triumph, Shadowkeep, Season of the Undying and three more seasons after that… There’s really nothing more to say but we’re on our own now and Destiny will be what we make of it,” said Deej.

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