Bungie Destiny limited support on previous generation consoles




Developer Bungie soon stop much of the support for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the online shooter Destiny. Certain updates and content updates will be no release on the consoles.

Bungie makes the news known on his own website. From August to get the games on the older consoles no major updates and more content updates, such as known to the Rise of Iron expansion. It will also no longer be possible from that date on which platforms silver, the ingame currency of Destiny, buy with real money. In addition, the leveling-progress Destiny characters is from that moment no longer shared between console generations. Minor updates and content updates get the old consoles still like xur offers and Crucible playlists. Bungie has a support page set up with information.

Destiny support timeline Bungie’s decision to support the older console generations to curb strong is not entirely unexpected. Rockstar Games made ​​the same decision regarding Grand Theft Auto Online, mid 2015. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game have significantly fewer updates than their counterparts on the current generation of consoles. Call of Duty: Black Ops III received similar treatment . Rise of Iron, the first next great expansion for Destiny, come on September 16 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.


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