Bungie provided more details regarding several elements on the upcoming multiplatform video game, “Destiny.” According to a report from Segment Next on March 1, the studio first teased fans that they haven’t seen the studio’s “final form,” suggesting that the graphics will be improved in the final version of the first-person shooting title. You can find the teaser message below:
What you have seen is not even our final form.
Bungie also talked about the multiplayer beta by stating that players won’t be hit by a non-disclosure agreement. As a result, they will be able to share details, screens and videos without any repercussions. The development team will also be playing with and against the members of the community. You can find some screens from “Destiny” with the gallery embedded to the left of this article and the comments below:
We will do far more than allow you to share your glorious war stories from the frontier. We’ll amplify your voices, if they are brave. Some of you will even be selected to play a role in our stories, as we go to war with (and against) our community in the wild for the first time.
“Destiny” is a cross-generation title being developed for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Despite the power differences between the current-generation consoles and next-generation systems, Bungie previously stated that the video game will be pushing all platforms to the limits.
The new intellectual property has an official confirmed released date of Sept. 9th in the United States. The aforesaid multiplayer beta will be hitting sometime in the summer season. PS3 and PS4 players will get to try out the play test first before Xbox 360 and Xbox One users.