Destiny development was said to have cost $500 million, following comments from Activision CEO Bobby Kotick. That figure is nowhere close, according to Bungie’s Pete Parsons. Rumour smashed, it seems.
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Bungie has said Destiny development is on track as planned despite the departure of series composer Marty O’Donnell.
Destiny is an FPS that exists within a persistent online world, so naturally like all MMOs there’s a window for loot thieves to roll and steal the goods from right under your nose. That won’t happen in Destiny, developer Bungie has explained.
Bungie Aerospace is an initiative to partner with small developers to help them make mobile and social games – and to let those in the Bungie.net community know about some Bungie-approved games worth playing, according to Kotaku.