Bungie broke up with Activision earlier this year. The news that "Destiny 2" will land on the Steam platform surprised all players. In a recent interview with foreign media PCGamesN, Bungie developer David 'DeeJ' Dague explained For the reason behind this, the original reason is very simple. Let's take a look together.
Dague said in an interview: "We considered almost all aspects, but we chose to go to Steam because there are many obvious reasons. Steam has a large and loyal user base, and it is easy for us to find V because we are all It's in the same industry community-Bellevue, Washington. In addition, we think that returning to Steam will be a great way to attract a large number of new players to our game. "
However, Mark Noseworthy, general manager of Destiny 2 on E3, has hinted that the possibility of landing on other platforms, such as Epic, someday in the future, makes this game possible for as many players as possible.