The PlayStation 4 will be receiving the upcoming game, "Destiny," but it looks like the next-generation title will have certain online requirements in order for it to work at all.
According to a report from OPM yesterday, Activision CEO Eric Hirschberg and Bungie president Harold Ryan talked about what this game will be bringing.
Hirschberg talked about how this game will have an infrastructure that makes it the biggest multiplayer game in history.
"[Activision has] run a site-specific infrastructure on the world’s biggest multiplayer game for several years.
"While you can play campaign in 'Call of Duty' without an internet connection, you can’t play multiplayer, which is what tens of millions of players all over the world do.
"It’s not flawless, but it’s pretty satisfying for a lot of people so we’re confident we can get the things we talked about today to work," Hirschberg said.
Ryan then discussed how the company has gained a strong understanding of what types of Internet connections people have around the world.
"From Bungie on the 'Halo' games, and on the Activision side the 'Call of Duty' games, we have a really good understanding of what connections are worldwide for gamers that play first-person shooters, and we know that this game will play really well," Ryan said.