The developer has no plans to sell King's Fall drop rate buffs for real-world money.
A blog post by a lawyer acting for video game composer Marty O'Donnell has revealed the emotional toll taken by a prolonged lawsuit with developer Bungie.
"To talk about quests like they're a new thing is sort of embarrassing."
King's Fall is "objectively and emphatically our biggest raid yet."
The record-setting number does include standard costs, like marketing, packaging, and royalties. But still, the amount is massive.
The composer says he was fired "without cause." He's been given unpaid work and vacation time, as well as damages.
Higher-ups at Bungie have pushed a full sequel to the sci-fi shooter.
"We're not doing that," Activision says about recent report that claimed Destiny would let you pay real money for ammo packs.
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Bethesda even hired a Bungie developer to work on the RPG's shooter mechanics.