(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Bungie’s upcoming sci-fi open world game, Destiny, is still “on track” for its September 9th release date, following the recent controversy of the developers decision to fire composer/audio director Marty O’Donnell.
“We talked a big game last year. We were so excited to talk about our future. Now, it’s time to deliver,” said Bungie in its Weekly Update. “It’s time to close this out in a way that we will all be proud of. We owe that to ourselves, and to our legacy. But most of all, we owe it to you.”
According to the developer, fans can expect to see new details about the game emerge soon seeing as how the studio showcased the pre-alpha built to various writers last week.
“For you, that means the floodgates are about to burst wide open. You’ll be hearing from them soon. They’ll be loaded with shiny new assets. It will mark the beginning of your true introduction into the world of Destiny. We hope, more than anything, that you love what you’ve seen.”
Destiny is scheduled to be released on September 9th for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, and PS3.