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Bungie takes back its Destiny and departs from Activision

TechCrunch Thursday, 10 January 2019 ()
Bungie takes back its Destiny and departs from ActivisionBungie, creator of the popular Halo and Destiny franchises, is splitting from publisher Activision and will go its own way, the company announced today. It's almost certainly good news for gamers and the company itself, but it also won't fix the problems that plagued Destiny and its sequel since their launches.
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According to a report by Comicbook.com, following news that game-studio Bungie had gained the full rights to Destiny after announcing a very public split with Activision, things continue to look grim for the big-name company. The split with Bungie reportedly sent Activision's stock tumbling, and now...

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