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No more Destiny for Activision as Bungie splits away

2 monthes ago   |   By Pocket-lint

Activision and Bungie have parted ways with the publishing rights for the Destiny franchise switching to the development studio. It was revealed in a joint statement that the companies are committed to a seamless transition as Bungie takes on full responsibility for the Destiny games updates, servers and future content.
Thank you Guardians. It's been an honor and a privilege to help bring the world of Destiny to life for you. pic.twitter.com/EB1y19OTD8
- Activision January 10, 2019 Destiny 2 updates will continue to be developed and released, just not under the Activision brand. Blizzard...
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BattleNet Will Continue to Support Destiny 2 on PC

BattleNet Will Continue to Support Destiny 2 on PC

2 monthes ago   |   By Game Rant

After news of the split between Bungie and Activision, Battlenet, owned by Activision-Blizzard, says that it will continue to support Destiny 2 on PC.
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Xbox Boss Looks Forward to ‘Bright Future' Working With Bungie After Activision Split

2 monthes ago   |   By Game Rant

Head of Xbox Phil Spencer tweets that he's looking forward to a 'bright future' working with Bungie after the Destiny developer splits from publishing partner Activision.
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Destiny developer Bungie is ditching Activision after 8 years

Destiny developer Bungie is ditching Activision after 8 years

2 monthes ago   |   By The Next Web

Bellevue, Washington-based game studio Bungie - which created the massively popular Halo and Destiny franchises - is parting ways with its publisher, Activision, after eight years together. It's keeping the rights to Destiny, though. The company, which has been around since 1991, noted in a blog post that it's now “ready to publish on our own, while Activision will increase their focus on owned IP projects.” While its official statements make it sound like an amicable break-up, Kotaku reported that the two firms have been going through a rough patch for a while now, owing to Destiny 2...
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