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Sony Acquires Destiny Developer Bungie for $3.6 Billion

The Japanese invest in more development talent, happy to not go about it as certain Americans choose to

Destiny 2 characters in official artwork
A mind-blowing deal such as the one Microsoft made with Activision Blizzard it is not, but Sony owning a multi-platform Bungie is more in line with what the Japanese are after these days. (Image: Bungie)

It’s quite possible that this comes as a direct answer, of sorts, to Microsoft’s recent mega-acquisition of Activision Blizzard, but chances are that it was in discussion way earlier: in any case…

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Kostas Farkonas

Kostas Farkonas

Veteran journalist, project kickstarter, tech nut, cynical gamer, music addict, movie maniac | Medium top writer in Television, Movies, Gaming | farkonas.com

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