Bungie will continue to operate independently through its employee-owned structure.
We have been big fans of the worlds Bungie has created, and are drawn to Bungie's passion and creativity in online games development. "As game developers ourselves, NetEase shares numerous same values as the people at Bungie; we both care about quality, innovation, connecting players, and becoming more global in our businesses". "We are excited to partner with Bungie as they transform from a single franchise development team into a global, multi-franchise entertainment studio".
"As game developers ourselves, NetEase shares numerous same values as the people at Bungie". We're excited for them to bring their experience as we enter this new chapter in Bungie's history. In a press release, Parsons continues that "NetEase's industry expertise and worldwide reach" will help them accelerate "our global vision".
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Read the full post on the Bungie site. With still more content planned for Destiny 2, the developers have announced that they are partnered up with a new company in an effort to sustain "many worlds simultaneously" including Destiny and a few unannounced projects.
At Bungie, our goal is to build worlds that inspire friendship.
"For over twenty-five years, through Marathon, Myth, Halo, and Destiny, we've created fantastic places where players have gathered to become heroes".
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"If you're a player of Destiny, this news won't impact the hobby you've come to know".
In a completely unprecedented move that is seemingly shocking long-time fans around the world, developer Bungie has announced that they have partnered with the Chinese tech company NetEase, which is one of the country's most popular online service provider. "They'll help us support separate teams inside Bungie to bring our newest ambitions to life". In the same statement, Bungie states Destiny is alive and well, that this news will not interfere with that franchise, and the plan is to "turn new players from all over the world into Guardians".
Bungie's latest game, Destiny 2, was released in August of past year and is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.
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