From next September 17, Destiny 2 will be renamed Destiny 2: New Light. After the name is a new distribution model for both existing and for those who are coming, such as Destiny 2 – Shadowkeep. It is the answer of Bungie to its separation of Activision, something that will allow greater flexibility to them at the time of creating and distributing games; but that also translates into greater risk.
Talking to PC Gamer, producer Mark Noseworthy acknowledges that “to be honest, it’s a bit scary.” We do not have that safety net. “On the other hand, Luke Smith (director of D2) does not seem to be very affected by the change. ” I’ve always felt that [that risk] anyway, because regardless of how things are going, we’re going to bear the responsibility So [separating ourselves from Activision] has not been like that ‘shit, if we screw up now we’re going to find out’. “
This independent Bungie draws Destiny 2 as an action MMO (terminology that they tried to avoid in the past) In constant evolution and to play at any time and place, a somewhat more than committed in the past. ” Are we a triple A blockbuster for Walmart? Halo on a diet? World of Warcraft with guns? We’ve been weighing this for a long time ” explains Noseworthy. ” We want to choose a side and stay there. We will not worry about Joe Walmart, roll, someone who buys GTA and another game. We do not want to be that other game. That person does not want Destiny. They’re not going to marry Destiny the way we want the players to commit, you know? & Quot ;.