With Sony as a partner, developer Bungie wants to use its intellectual property outside of video games. The studio is now looking for a senior producer with experience in animation.
At the end of January, Sony was surprised by the news Want to take over developer Bungie from Seattle, Washington. Bungie will remain an independent, multi-platform studio and both sides should benefit from each other’s experience.
While Sony is primarily concerned with Bungie’s success in the live service division, Bungie is said to be interested in commercializing its own intellectual property. According to Sony CFO Hiroki Totoki, Bungie should change its IP addresses You also want to expand beyond video games.
Bungie is looking for a first linear media producer
From the looks of it, it looks like the studio continues to focus on this task as well. Bungie recently posted a new job listing looking for “Senior Producer – Destiny Linear Media”. The new employee will be tasked with “creating, managing, and leading the Destiny IP approval process for all externally developed written media stories.” In its turn, the new producer will expand the franchise into new categories, including television, movies, books, comics, and audio formats.
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Bungie has been working in the potential film and television division for some time. In February, it was announced that the studio had hired Derek Tsai as the head of development for Destiny Universe Transmedia. Tsai previously worked at Riot Games, where, among other things, he worked on the short animation for “League of Legends”.
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