Bungie player model not updating
with them, players are more curious than ever about what this means for the franchise.
Meanwhile, some of the Bungie’s most esteemed leads began development on a game that they knew—or at least hoped—could be developed without publisher oversight. Why not update that instead of asking players to reset one more time, leaving progress and gear behind for another numbered entry?
While there have been some stumbling blocks, most players agree that this is the kind of content that would keep them coming back again and again.
So why, after landing on a content release model that works so well for hardcore players, would we even want another leak. If Kotaku’s Jason Schreier has been accurate in his reporting of the tensions between Bungie and Activision, then it could mean that this split between the two has been quietly in the works for a while now.
What would a game built entirely for the next generation look like?
And at this point, Bungie has two full games and a metric ton of fan feedback from the last four and a half years to work with, not to mention more than eight years of development on the series altogether.Bungie has announced that, coinciding with the September 17 release of the new Bungie made the announcement Thursday on a livestream unveiling its fall expansion ahead of E3 2019, the first since its split with former publishing partner Activision.