Bungie’s 10-year deal with Activision sent shock waves across the video game industry this morning, and few companies stand to see bigger changes come out of the new development than console
Still quite a weird concept to grasp, despite the fact we all knew Bungie was distancing itself from Halo and exclusivity. It’s definitely been an odd day. Sony: New Bungie IP ‘Halo On Steroids’ [CVG]
Apr 29, 2010 · After this morning’s groundbreaking announcement of a deal that gave Activision publishing rights to Bungie’s upcoming new IP, the gaming industry is in awe.
Suburban Seattle shop will remain independent, develop wholly owned new IP exclusively for Call of Duty publisher through 2020 on “all platforms” Microsoft retains Halo ownership; Sony says PS3
“We chose to partner with Activision on our next IP because of their global reach, multi-platform experience and marketing expertise,” said Harold Ryan, President of Bungie.
Apr 29, 2010 · I wonder if there’s any chance of some new Bungie games coming to the PC, I’d be interested to try Halo: Reach if it was coming to the PC, sadly I …
Sony adds its two cents, saying the new IP was “Halo on steroids”, according to SCEA comms boss Patrick Seybold on Twitter. He later releases a more formal statement, saying the deal was
While Bungie’s new date is Activision, not Sony, it likely means PS3 games coming from the Halo people. As if noticing a hottie had just changed her Facebook status to “single”, Sony turned on the
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