Sony has revealed that the deal between them and Bungie has closed, in response to a put up on PlayStation’s LinkedIn, which means the Washington-based studio will be calked as much as Sony’s ever-growing checklist of acquisitions.
This information isn’t new, although. In early February, Sony revealed this massive information. On the toes of Microsoft swiping up Name of Obligation developer, Activision, the Japanese tech firm was within the works to amass its personal new studio within the type of Bungie. Whereas particulars have been a bit hazy, followers have been assured that stuff like Future 2 will stay a multi-platform enterprise and the studio itself will stay completely unbiased and can proceed to make video games “the place our group is, wherever they select to play.”
This acquisition largely seems like Sony attempting to meet up with its competitors in a means. Bungie will probably be there each as a multi-platform dev to make sure Sony improves on cross-play, one thing that they typically overlook with PlayStation video games, and as assist for his or her live-service titles, one thing that after once more Sony’s lagging behind on.