Bungie’s portfolio features the historical Halo franchise and more recently, Destiny. Both of which are outstanding titles, and performed very successfully on the market.
Bungie CEO Pete Parsons sat down with IGN Canada to discuss what is ahead for the studio, especially after going free-to-play with Destiny 2. Parsons relayed Bungie’s vision to “one of the world’s best entertainment companies” by 2025. Not only that, he continued to talk more on Destiny’s role in helping the studio achieve their goal, and apparently they have plans ahead for the franchise.
Our vision ultimately through 2025 is to become one of the world’s best entertainment companies. One, is we need to begin transforming Destiny. The Destiny that we really believe in, like, the thing we think Destiny needs to become. […] The single evolving world, we need to focus on that.
By 2025 we have a pretty specific path to make sure we transform Destiny and that we have other franchises within the marketplace. We need to build our publishing group, but part of our vision is also to become a multi-franchise entertainment company.
Do you think Bungie has what it takes to make it to the top of the gaming industry? Will Destiny be the main franchise to propel the studio to glory? Let us know what you think of Bungie’s vision for the next five to six years.
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