Bungie has vowed to release at least one non-Destiny title before 2025.
The developer parted ways with publisher Activision in January of this year after the less than stellar release of Destiny 2.
During an interview with IGN, Bungie CEO, Pete Parsons elaborated on his dreams for the future of the company. Parsons assures that the team is confident in its self-publishing efforts and ability to transform the business.
“We want to be a place that makes the world’s best entertainment,” he said, adding, “by 2025 we have a pretty specific path to make sure we transform Destiny and that we have other franchises within the marketplace.”
Parsons explains that the team is already hard at work on bringing “new experiences” to the marketplace. However, he provided no details about what that new IP might look like.
Bungie also is looking into the “five-year vision” of Destiny after gaining independence over the series. The first step of this freedom arrives in the form of Destiny 2 expansion, ‘Shadowkeep’.
‘Shadowkeep’ is the first Destiny content to be released following the Activision split.
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