Bungie Made Destiny So It'll Be "Different Every Time" Out
Bungie's Destiny is designed to be revisited over and over. As such, the developer says the anticipated next-gen game will have a "very long life-cycle."
During a PlayStation Blog interview, Bungie community manager David "DeeJ" Dague said the team wanted to create something that was "completely dynamic," so the player(s) would never get bored:
"Given the different ways of playing Destiny, and given the fact that the game is completely dynamic and will be different every time you experience it with other people, the amount of time that we’ll be relevant to the gamers who decide to play it is something that we think will be a very long life-cycle ...the idea is to create a world that you can visit over and over again."
Dague also answered questions pertaining to the multiplayer gameplay and customization, both of which sound deep and satisfying. Bungie has made it plain in the past that you can play Destiny however you see fit; you can strike out on your own, or join up with friends. No matter what you do or when, you will always come across something new, and you can choose to participate or just stroll on by. Well, maybe you won't be "strolling" along, but you know what I mean.
Destiny is slated for both current- and next-gen consoles and it's due out some time next year.
Related Game(s): Destiny
9/4/2013 11:02:16 AM Ben Dutka