Destiny, the first product of a 10-year partnership between Bungie and Activision, has all the trappings of a marquee game release. It has a huge budget, a strong potential for sequels, and support for all major game platforms—save one: the PC.
According to a Polygon interview with Activision CEO Erik Hirshberg, though, it sounds like we could eventually get a PC version of the game. Here's what Hirshberg told the site:
[The PC] is [a good fit], and it's something we're talking about and looking at very carefully, and obviously it makes a lot of sense with the genre and the type of game it is. Again, no announcements, but it's something that's a heavy point of discussion.
Given Destiny's epic scale, I'd be shocked if PC gamers weren't eventually allowed in on the action, as well. When Destiny comes out on September 9, however, you'll be able to buy it only for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4.
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