In an announcement made today, Bungie and Activision welcomed studio Vicarious Visions to the Destiny development team. Vicarious Visions has previously worked on titles for Activision like Guitar Hero and Skylanders, and are currently developing the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.

Vicarious Visions posted on social media saying that they are “excited to announced that we are partnering with Bungie to further expand the Award-Winning Destiny Universe.” They will be working alongside Bungie and High Moon Studios, a studio brought on board for development last year.


Currently, we don’t know what role they will have in development. Could they be working on Destiny 2? That could be possible, as Activision has previously confirmed that Destiny‘s sequel will launch sometime in 2017. Reportedly, Destiny 2 will be coming to PC, and these developers could be working on porting Destiny to additional platforms.

Activision has yet to provide more details on how Vicarious will contribute to Destiny. If you’re curious about what Vicarious is currently working on, you can check out their work on remastering the Crash Bandicoot trilogy for PS4.