The Japanese giant excitedly announced that it has sealed the deal of acquiring Bungie, announcement made on Twitter || How much did Sony buy Bungie?
Sony Interactive Entertainment's acquisition of Bungie has officially closed. The historic team that includes names such as Halo Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo Reach and the two Destiny in its palmares, is now part of the PlayStation family.

The operation cost Sony's coffers $3.6 billion. The first announcement at the beginning of the year. In recent months, however, everything has been paused to allow the Federal Trade Commission to carry out the appropriate checks.

The confirmation comes with a Twitter post on the company's social page, which welcomes the team to the large array of PlayStation Studios.

An acquisition that took over 5 months to complete, with the Japanese giant investing over $3.6 billion to make the software house its own.

“The deals for the acquisition of Bungie have been closed. So now we can officially say… Welcome to the PlayStation family, Bungie!" Sony writes in a Tweet that just a decade ago would have seemed impossible.

The acquisition, however, is not aimed exclusively at the development of exclusive titles, which for now have not even been mentioned, leaving Bungie a certain freedom of development.

The main objective, as also confirmed by Jim Ryan, is to assimilate the enormous know-how of the studio about the world of Live-Service on which Sony itself is investing for the future, with 10 games expected by the end of 2026.


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