Bungie is already gearing up for Destiny 2's second year, and current rumors suggest it will be a game-changer. Additionally, the money NetEase is pouring into Bungie will help the studio establish one or more separate internal development teams beyond the group working on Destiny.
According to Wall Street Journal reporter Sarah Needleman, NetEase invested $100 million into Bungie that will go towards developing games that Bungie will self-publish. We'll continue to work with our partners at Activision to foster this global community and turn new players from all over the world into Guardians.
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In the video, which you can see below, we see a soldier alongside Destiny "hero" Cayde-6 make their way to the ground on what appears to be a new planet before we see the official title for Year 2. Our commitment to that world is not diminished by this announcement.
Bungie also said yesterday that it will announce news on Destiny 2's spring expansion next Wednesday during a live stream.
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NetEase has spent $100M on a minority share in Destiny 2 developer Bungie.
'They also have a significant amount of experience in mobile we don't have. Bungie continued to build onto the Reef during the game's lifespan, adding missions, quests, and the Challenge of the Elders activity in future expansions.
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