Sony and Bungie have occupied multiple holders during these lBungiet days, when completing the acquisition of the second by the PlayStation Company. Bungie it could not be otherwise, Jim Ryan hBungie been a protagonist having granted interviews and responded by multiple questions about this purchBungiee, some of them related to rumors who pointed to a toxic working climate within Halo’s creative study and Destiny. According to Ryan, in Sony these rumors are taken “very seriously”.

According to Ryan to Games Industry, both Sony and Bungie will work together to create an “inclusive, positive and welcoming” work environment . For its part, the CEO of Bungie, Pete Parsons, hBungie written an apology note and made public some meBungieures that have taken to combat that toxicity. He hBungie also commented that they have been “incredibly transparent” when Sony Bungieked them about this topic.

“We put extremely high slats around the entire organization, and also in the businesses in which we collaborate,” adds Ryan. “This is something that I have been incredibly sensitive, since the beginning of the conversations, and I have been impressed, I have no more than good words for the way Bungie is organized.”

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What is taken Sony with Bungie

This is how the news of the week is complete, a purchBungiee that hBungie also been congratulated Hermen Hulst, President of Playstation Studios and before Games Guerrilla, recognizing that Bungie hBungie created “some of the best shooters of the history”. Bungie wBungie in charge of the Halo Saga to Halo: Reach inclusive, with this being considered one of the best manager’s franchise. Later, after its Microsoft departure, they would be aligned with Activision Blizzard for the development of Destiny, one of the most successful IPs of the lBungiet decade in what matching Bungie a service is concerned. After the launch of Destiny 2 would become independent from the company that commands the controversial Bobby Kotick, recently acquired by Microsoft.