During an Activision Blizzard earnings call this week, Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg indicated Bungie has begun work on future expansions for the video game senation “Destiny”. These further expansions will likely follow the three previously announced DLC packs within the season pass – the first of which, ‘The Dark Below,’ hits December 9th.
Hirshberg also reportedly confirmed that work is already underway on a second game in the series, but there’s no word on what it will contain or when it might see the light of day. Activision has previously indicated that there’s a “ten year plan” laid out for this franchise.
Nearly two months on from its release, the game has done remarkably well – especially considering reviews were good but relatively subdued for the title which scored a 76/100 on Metacritic. “Destiny” had the most successful new gaming franchise launch of all time and now boasts more than 9.5 million registered users.
On top of that, its users are playing – the company says the average play time of its users has been a whopping three hours per day. Despite all this, the company still refuses to disclose the actual number of copies sold and is understandbly coping a lot of flack for it.
Source: Game Spot