After last week’s confirmation of Destiny 2’s Shadowkeep expansion, alongside a number of structural changes including cross-save, Bungie’s presence at E3 has been understandably quieter than normal. But the devs still found time to swing by E3 Coliseum to follow up on their announcements, and they had some interesting things to say about how they’re preparing for the looming console generation.
“We’re upgrading the engine technology every year; that’s part of being a live game service,” general manager Mark Noseworthy says. “The good news is, because we have really high-end PC support, we support a variety of platform fidelities for Destiny already. So when we think about next-gen, we’re really excited about moving to that platform someday.
“We believe the technology and infrastructure we’re building already supports ramping up things like resolutions, frame rates, and lighting. We think we’re gonna be positioned pretty well for that transition.”