We all know that Bungie brought a ton of changes to destin 2 – Facilitating the grinding of the Sleeper node, reorganizing the new player’s experience in the new extension, remove the random booty boxes from the shop, all these good things. But sooner or later, each developer must move on new and different things. Except for Capcom. But we are not talking about Capcom, we are talking about Bungie, and the CEO and President of Bungie Pete Parsons has just given a long interview where he mentioned the future projects of the studio. We will take a look.
We already knew that Bungie worked on a game similar to destin. We also knew they were currently hiring for said match. However, it will be a new IP address, not another slice of destin (and this sentence is not weird when you say it aloud). _ “We started about three years ago, Jason and Jonny Ebbert and Zach Russell and some of us started working on new incubations,” says Parsons. _ “… They certainly work to create games, but their goal is really to create teams. How to build teams that know how to work together and, above all, can create magic things? »_
It’s a good question. We do not really have an answer, but we are delighted to hear that these new projects have been going on for a while – before Bungie receives $ 100 from Neetase to develop “new experiences”. This is auspicious for quality control, assuming we do not enter an DUKE NUKEM forever scenario. Crusse with the fingers we do not enter in an duke nukem forever scenario.
Another good news with one aspect of the pandemic reality of Parsons: _ “I think, I do not know if I am allowed to say it, but we probably hire at a faster pace than we thought. Now, I will give you a crazy statistic. There is something like nearly a quarter of all those who work now at Bungie have never set foot inside the studio._
It is good to know that Bungie is still booming although 2020 is 2020. We look forward to seeing what they reserve us next.
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