Bungie's new Activision-published game, codenamed 'Destiny', will launch on the Xbox 360 in 2013, and on PlayStation 3 a year later, according to court documents.
The documents surfaced following Activision's lawsuit against former Call of Duty developers Jason West and Vincent Zampellam, and reveal intriguing details about the Halo creator's new intellectual property.
The 27-page agreement shows Bungie signed a four-game deal with Activision for a project called 'Destiny', which will see release every other year, beginning in spring 2013 (Fall for North America).
The game is described as a "sci-fantasy, action shooter game", and will first appear on Xbox 360, with a PS3 release to follow in 2014.
Bungie will also produce four downloadable expansion packs codenamed "Comet", according to the document, with releases every year beginning in late 2014.
Additional entries in the series are scheduled to release on the "XBox 720", "PlayStation 4" and PC.
You can read the full document here.
By Gaetano Prestia - Bio