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Xbox Boss “Looking Forward” To Working With Bungie on ‘Destiny’ Following Activision Break Up



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<p>  Yesterday, Activision and Bungie, the creators of <em> Destiny </em> announced the end of their editorial collaboration which saw the publication of the first two games of this last, <em> Destiny </em> and <em> Destiny 2 </em> (plus all its expansions, DLC, etc.) </p>
<p>  With the division, Bungie now assumes the full publication rights of the series <em> Destiny </em>. , has always owned the IP, but previously the publishing rights belonged to Activision. </p>
<p>  Because the separation happened, no one knows for sure.Activision claims to want to focus on the IP it owns, but some statements have suggested that Activision was higher up the ups were not happy with how <em> Destiny 2 </em> and its follow-up content have been performed. It is probably a mixture of both and other things. </p>
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Today we announce plans for Bungie to assume full publication rights for the Destiny franchise.

Read the full article on //t.co/nxcJOVXAv6.//t.co/RyD1

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– Bungie (@Bungie) 10 January 2019

In any case, not long after Bungie announced the split, none other than the Xbox boss, Phil Spencer, played with a rather standard tweet support show. Although apparently there is nothing in Spencer's tweet, some parts of the Internet are talking about if there is really anything other than a simple gesture of support.

Now, it is worth pointing out that Spencer notices that he is not looking forward to "a very bright future working" with one of his "favorite independent studies" on one of his "favorite franchises". This seems extra, but Spencer is often so kind when talking to people on Twitter. He's a good boy. However, some people have taken this as a clue that Microsoft will enter as the new publication arm for the series. Although this seems like a stretch, actually a huge one.

Even if Bungie was looking for a new editorial partner – it could well be – the return to Microsoft seems unlikely. Not only because Microsoft would like IP rights, but because Bungie has already collaborated with Microsoft in the past with the series Halo which resulted in the exit from the partnership, mainly because it wanted to keep the rights of the IP you have created. So, I would not want to give too much importance to this Spencer tweet. It's pretty standard stuff.


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