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Bungie's intent with its in-development Marathon, so the rumours say, is to create the "ultimate live service game". Judging by how much weight the Destiny studio's word seems to carry within Sony's current corporate climate, we'd believe they'll be given carte blanche to do so.
Gunning for the crown
Bungie is bringing Marathon back as a PvP extraction-style shooter, and it looks about as sci-fi and kinetic as you'd expect from the team that brought you Destiny 2. As the benchmark for quality in the high-stakes world of service games, it stands to reason that the studio would want to take things to the next le
Art director shares inspirations
While some fans were disappointed by Sony's reliance on CG trailers in the recent PlayStation Showcase, Bungie's reveal of its upcoming extraction shooter, Marathon, at least had a unique look. While many live service shooters sort of blur together, this one in particular has a very eye-catching aesthetic in its...
Here for the long run
Users have taken to Twitter after finding a QR code hidden within the Marathon trailer released at PlayStation’s Showcase on Wednesday. This code led users to a website with a bunch of code and a login page. After some code cracking, users were able to login and recover some videos of
Launch still far away
Bungie released Marathon in 1994, and now the name is coming back on PS5 as a "sci-fi PvP extraction shooter". Check out the trailer to get a taste of what to expect. Also coming to PC, it'll feature full cross-play and cross-save. Release is said to still be far away, but the next time we see it, gameplay will be attached...
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