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Published on January 9th, 2014 | by Craig Homeyard

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A PC Version Of Destiny Could Still Be Coming

Bungie’s brand new next gen shooter, Destiny, is gearing up and getting ready for its release this September. The game will be launching on the PS3, Xbox 360, PS4 and Xbox One, however it will not be making its way to the PC, at least at launch that is.

PC gamers are feeling a little bit left out at the moment, however there have been some reassuring words supplied from members of staff at Bungie this week, which could be hinting towards the possibility of the game eventually coming to the platform in the long run.

When directly asked if Destiny will come to PC, Ryan Ellis, who is the technical art director on Destiny, stated “We have not announced that. And by not announced I mean we’re not even… hinting that we’re doing a PC Version. I’m gonna be clear with that, because I will be in trouble.” replied Ryan. When pressed for more information on the topic about a PC version of Destiny, he said “We’re not saying we’re not gonna do it. Wait…”

This response should definitely give hope to PC gamers who are clamouring for a release of Destiny on their platform of choice. But until the game is formally announced and released for PC it’s anyones guess if it really will materialise or not, if you want the game, the best bet is to stick to consoles which is where it really belongs.

You can currently pre order Destiny for all the major consoles on Amazon, when you do you will receive free access to the closed beta which is taking place in March and you will also get free shipping with your product as well, not a bad package huh?

Would you like to see a PC version of Destiny being released in the future? Let us know in the comments section below if you would.

Source: Game Informer

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