David Dague, better known by fans as “DeeJ,” has posted a brief update in regards to the upcoming software product, “Destiny.” According to a report from Polygon on Dec. 25, the community manager at Bungie sent out a holiday video hinting at the future plans for the video game.
He first mentioned that the online multiplayer beta will be awaiting players who previously managed to acquire a code. The vouchers can be gotten by pre-ordering the software product at select retailers. Bungie is also giving away some codes through official channels.
David Dague also hinted that “Destiny” would eventually be expanded to multiple games, stating that players will “turn that first page” when the video game is released. Finally, the community manager added that the development team still has a lot to work on before the launch date. You can find a few screens of the shared-world first-person shooter in the slideshow to the left of this article and his comments below:
Action and carnage from many imbue will delight any player who’d capture a code. In the days of next year, you’ll turn that first page on a tale that begins on man’s golden age. Before that befalls you, more work must be done to make sure your epic adventure is fun.
“Destiny” is being planned for a release on Sept. 9, 2014. The aforementioned Bungie is the studio developing the video game. The development team is best known for creating the “Halo” franchise for the Xbox platforms.
For the new game, however, Bungie decided to develop for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Although “Destiny” needs an online connection to operate, players won’t have to pay an online fee.