Today is Thanksgiving in the United States, and that means a lot of developers are celebrating this week. One such developer is the Washington-based Bungie, who created Halo and now works on Destiny. The studio put up a nice post on their official website going over what the crew is thankful for.
While most of the answers won’t be super interesting to anyone who isn’t entrenched in the Destiny community, those that are will probably get a kick out of it. For example, Senior Engineer Michael Williams said he was “thankful for a diverse, brilliant community that can accomplish crazy things like massive data collection, cryptography decoding, binary translation, and solving math puzzles when it works together.”
What is very interesting is that the blog post ended with the following tease:
We’ll be back in the swing of things next week. The cadence of new content in Destiny is about to speed up again. We hope you can keep up.
While there’s not much in the tease, it could possibly have something to do with Sparrow racing since it’s talking about “speed” and hoping players can “keep up.” Bungie isn’t afraid to experiment, though, so who really knows what it will be. Either way, one can pretty safely expect some news to come in the near future from the PlayStation Experience or The Game Awards. Regardless, get ready to grind some more light in the near future.
Let us know in the comments below what kind of new Destiny content you would want to see added!