May 3, 2010 by Post Team
Bungie:Activision, one giant game owned by Activision Blizzard, a big step Thursday with the signing of a franchise agreement to publish the next Halo developer Bungie.
“The scope and ambition of what we are planning is much greater than the scope and ambition of Halo,” said Joseph Staten, Bungie‘s director of design to Wired.com. This statement was aimed at following the announcement on Thursday of a 10-year contract gives exclusive rights of Activision Publishing’s new series of video games that Bungie are creating. “I think we are all eager to go on and go bigger than we have ever gone before,” Staten continued.
This association is formally meant to last 10 years. This means that Activision will own the rights to publish several iterations of the franchise from Bungie next. After getting a great success of the various Halo games, the company has successfully generated more than $ 1.5 billion in sales, this exclusive agreement to publish the next Bungie game series then becomes a win too great for Activision. Activision would be able to beat its competitor, Electronic Arts.
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