Following their rise as developers of Halo, Bungie embarked on a new adventure with Destiny, a title that was presented as a glimpse into the future of games as a service and multiplayer experience. However, those ambitions collided head-on with the tension between the company and Activision and the relationship broke down. Now, with Destiny 2 in their hands and an attempt to do what they always wanted with the franchise, some think that Bungie is playing its present and future, but it turns out that the company has aces up its sleeve.
During an interview with Metro, Pete Parsons, Bungie’s CEO, revealed that the company’s incubation project has yielded better than expected results. 3 years ago, Bungie began with the formation of teams that would have different developments in charge, the objective at that time was to train talent and not create new IPs, however, as Parsons points out, the work carried out by the new values of The company has been very good and this has changed the perspective: “the way of thinking about that is not only about new games. Actually, a process around how we want to incubate the potential of new titles, but more importantly, surprising new talent.
In that sense, the manager pointed out: “ironically, we expected a high failure rate of the incubations and what happened is that we are very excited about the work that is being done, not only to continue with the universe of [/ i] Destiny [/ i], but because we’ve been able to build a great talent pool. These incubations are really incredible. “
So, it seems that there is a future for Bungie and as the company is expected to launch Destiny 3, it would not be surprising that it surprises with a new IP.