Rumors of Microsoft’s purchase of Bungie have been on everyone’s lips for a long time. Seeing the good contact between the two companies at the moment, Phil Spencer wanted to take the opportunity to testify on the portal Axion the reasons why the developer would have decided to go his own way.
After completing their stage in 2007, they thought that it was the right time to start a new adventure work on the traveller’s epic. In this way, Spencer clarified that if the Xbox brand had had the same results during this period that are reflected now, the links could have been extended for longer.
Microsoft’s Bungie release according to Phil Spencer
With the arrival of Destiny 2 expansions on Xbox Game Pass, it is not excluded that a project will be announced in the future, in which those of Redmond have made their contribution. In the end, their respective successes were marked by the good work accomplished with the adventures of the Master Chief and that unless one dreams that they will meet one last time in commemoration of these old days.
For the manager, there is now very good harmony between the two parts
We learned a lot, at the time they had big ambitions. They had sold their business for a certain amount of money. They saw how much of a success Halo had become and it was like, “OK Microsoft has benefited more than Bungie from the success of Halo.” There is no other story that can be written from here.