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Bungie on 'Destiny' single player: We'll encourage players to leave comfort zone

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As online multiplayer continues to become the strong focus of many publishers and developers, single player experiences remain to be ones players still want, and Bungie is facing this with Destiny.

Recently, Bungie's David Dague talked about the support single players will find within Destiny, and said playing with friends is the best way to enjoy this game.

"We don’t discourage players from doing what they love. In Destiny, you’ll have full control over your level of engagement.

"If you want to fight as a Fireteam of one, you’ll still have a blast as a lone gunman in our living, social world. We still think that everything that’s fun to do is more fun with your friends, so we’ll do our best to encourage players to leave their comfort zones in search of new experiences and sweet rewards," Dague said.

This all certainly seems to be an interesting issue that continues to come up with Destiny, just how will the game's single player experience be in relation to its multiplayer.

It's very obvious that this game is aiming squarely at playing online with friends, but not all consumers want that. Single player experiences are still in high demand as we've seen with the success of largely single player titles like GTA V, Assassin's Creed, and others.

Destiny's beta will commence later this year and the final game will launch this September. For all of our latest exclusives, previews, reviews and features, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. Game On.

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