Bungie has officially unveiled its latest project called Destiny. Destiny will be an FPS with MMO elements and will be coming on PS3 and X360 in Fall 2013. Bungie has released the first ViDoc of Destiny in which it showcases some early in-game footage from it.
For the first time, the team — including studio co-founder and project director Jason Jones — talks about its vision, and the creative process behind Destiny, Bungie’s most ambitious project yet.
The game is set 700 years in the future, in the last city on Earth, where an alien ship hangs in the sky like a second moon. Legend says that something hit humans and tried to step them aside. Very few survived and those who did owned their lives to the traveller. The traveller sacrificed himself to save humans, and the mysterious sphere still hangs where it made its last stand. Humans rebuilt a city below the sphere, only to find out that they were not alone. Strange creatures are now present and are fighting humans, and the battle for the survival of the human kind has – once again – begun.
Bungie plans to tell Destiny’s adventures over a 10-year period. But what about a PC version? Surely this kind of game should be coming on our beloved platform, right? Well, all hope is not lost everyone. During the game’s reveal in Bungie’s Bellevue, Washington office, Bungie COO Pete Parsons said that there is a high chance that Destiny will be coming to the PC and that we should stay tuned for more.
As Pete Parsons said:
“We would absolutely love to be on the PC. If you talk to the people upstairs, we play it on all platforms. So, stay tuned.”
Now this could obviously mean that Bungie has already a PC version of Destiny up and running. Question is whether Activision will decide to fund and publish the PC version or not.
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