Dave Dunn has provided some comments in regards to the addition of more planets in the upcoming “Destiny” video game for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. According to a question and answer article from IGN on Oct. 27, the head or art from Bungie was asked if every planet from the solar system (specifically Mercury and Venus) can be accessed in the shared-world first-person shooter.
Dave Dunn responded by hinting that “exploring the solar system” would be an important part of “Destiny.” He would go on to reconfirm that players can traverse Mars, Venus in addition to Earth and its moon. You can check out some of the newest screenshots from the multiplatform title in the slideshow near the top of this article and the comments from the head or art at Bungie below:
Exploring the solar system and reclaiming treasures we lost at the fall of our Golden Age is an integral part of Destiny. As a Guardian, you will be the first to set foot on our worlds lost since the collapse of our colonies, of those destinations, the ones we have announced so far are Earth, the Moon, Mars and Venus.
In “Destiny,” players can form a party of up to three to explore various planets. They could also be a part of a bigger group during public events.
Dave Dunn and the rest of the staff members at Bungie are currently developing the shared-world first-person shooter. A multiplayer beta, which can be accessed by pre-ordering the software product or through code giveaways, is expected to being early next year.