In conversation with PCGamesN Head of Public Relations Bungie David dag toldwhat news about Destiny 3 have to wait – but how much, however, he didn’t specify.
Now the developers are focusing on the further expansion of the second part, where they seem to have found the perfect ground for development with seasons and 12-month story arches, divided into four independent stories that flow smoothly into each other.
Deg can’t even give an approximate timeline for when we hear about the third part – perhaps next fall with the release of the next-generation consoles, Bungie decides not to risk it and will be engaged in the fourth year of Destiny 2 development.
Along with this Dag shared with the VGC website for their thoughts on potential cross-play support that fans have been asking for a long time. According to him, Bungie has been seriously considering a function for many years, but it takes a lot of time and money to implement it.
While developers can’t promise that the game will have a common online between PS4, Xbox One, PC and Stadia, despite the recent introduction of cross-platform save.