Bungie has enlisted some help in developing Destiny. The studio has confirmed that High Moon Studios (Transformers: Fall of Cybertron) is working with Bungie in developing the first-person shooter.
“Bungie would like to give an official shout-out to the fine men and women at High Moon Studios,” Community Manager DeeJ wrote on the official site. “For a while now, we’ve kept our love secret, but it has become known that they’re working with us.”
At this moment time it is unknown what High Moon is working on for Destiny, but this kind of collaboration is not unusual. Publisher Activision is well-known for connecting multiple development teams to a single project. For example, High Moon Studios was in charge of porting Sledgehammer Games developed Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare to the PS3 and Xbox 360.
High Moon Studios’ role in the development might possible be revealed at E3 2015 where Activision is expected to announce the huge fall Destiny expansion. Until then, Destiny and its first two DLC packs, The Dark Below and House of Wolves, are available now on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360.