All versions of Destiny contain 'full vision'
Bungie downplays differences between current- and next-gen versions of new universe.
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Gamers worried the current-generation version of Bungie's "shared-world shooter" Destiny will be inferior to its next-generation counterpart can breathe a sigh of relief. Bungie recently told fans that it will deliver the "full vision" of Destiny on all platforms.
"We've been planning for multiple hardware platforms from the very beginning, and while we can't get into the minute technical details of each console, we're fully committed to delivering our full vision for Destiny on every console we ship on," Bungie said. "Currently, that list is PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360."
Bungie announced Destiny for the PS3 and PS4 during a Sony media briefing last week. The Sony version of the game will contain platform-exclusive content, Bungie said, but this was not detailed at any great length.
Destiny is Bungie's first project as part of a 10-year publishing deal with Call of Duty company Activision. It is a first-person shooter with elements of open-world sandbox and persistent world. According to Activision, it will not be released in 2013.
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