Bungie's massively multiplayer sci-fi shooter Destiny may yet make it to PCs, design lead Lars Bakken has claimed. Although creating a whole new version of the game is too much work for the short-term, the developers aren't ruling anything out yet. "I wish it was that simple. It's pretty complicated," said Bakken in an interview with Eurogamer. "That doesn't mean it can't happen in the future, it just means it won't happen right now."
The main reason why is because the team at Bungie is essentially doing all the work on Destiny itself with no out-sourcing, including on three consoles they've never worked with before. "The console SKUs are really important for us and that's what we're focusing on," Bakken explained. "We're doing it all internally ourselves. That's a huge endeavour. That's not something we've ever done before. So when I'm playtesting and I'm trying to play PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS3, that's a lot of work. Adding another thing on there is just crazy. It's crazy to think of right now."
Still, reason for optimism, backed up by Bungie COO Pete Parsons, who seemed to agree with Bakken's stance. "I look forward to our future conversations around PC. We love the PC. We hear it too. We ask the question of ourselves."