Bungie became the big cheese it is today by making the fantastic Halo games, which were and still are exclusive to Microsoft and the Xbox. Because of this, many hardcore Bungie fans are on team Xbox and they haven’t been taking kindly to the exclusivity that Bungie has been giving PlayStation gamers with their upcoming game Destiny.
In a post on Bungie’s official website, Community Manager David Dague wrote that despite Bungie’s exclusives with Sony, the company doesn’t “hate” it’s Xbox fans.
“Loving a good game and the hard-working developers who create it is not a console exclusive,” Dague wrote. “Bungie has embraced many different platforms in our storied history. We have a hard time sitting still. Our goal has been to create amazing worlds and fill them with as many passionate people as possible. What we would tell you is that, if you want to explore the world of Destiny, it was built with you in mind. We make games here at Bungie. We love the people who play them equally.”
The head of Xbox, Phil Spencer also recently backed Bungie up saying there was no bad blood between the two companies.
The upcoming Bungie game Destiny is due to be released on September 9th for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360. PlayStation players have already had the chance to check out the Alpha but both Xbox players and PlayStation players will get access to the Beta in July. July 17th will be the day PlayStation gamers get to check it out but Xbox gamers will have access later that month.