New player-driven action title built to accommodate "busy" people, developer says. Playing won’t be a ‘chore or a grind.’
Whether you’re a gamer with a full time job and family, Destiny will appeal to you, the Halo creators said in a recent interview with Gamespot, today. No matter how occupied one's life is the game also caters to those people, the developer encourages. So, even if you don’t have a lot time to play, Bungie’s shared-world, FPS will not leave you behind.
“Destiny will be a game that you can fit into your life. It won’t be a chore or a grind. We’re creating an adventure that will be fun,” Bungie describes. “We’re building a world you can visit when it suits you. You won’t have to worry about being left behind if you don’t clock in on a daily basis. Every Guardian who answers the call to defend the last safe city will get out of their experience what they put into it.”
In other words, regardless of how plenty or how few hours you can devote to Destiny, the adventure - narrative and all - will be waiting for you. And considering the replayability design, featuring daily activities and events, Bungie insists there’ll always be plenty of friendlies and opportunities at your disposal.
Bungie Studio’s cross-platform shooter launches next year for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4. No confirmation on a PC version yet, however, back in May, the studio did say, “we have a lot of appetite to build [a PC] experience. We haven’t announced it yet, but we’re looking forward to talking more about that kind of stuff in the future.” Keep your fingers crossed.