Coronavirus has delayed some of the very best events, announcements, and games this year. The virus was first verily active in China, afterward, it spread to Italy and further Europe. Coronavirus is now reported in almost all European, American, and Asian Countries.

In order to save their workers health, Destiny 2 studio Bungie has allowed all their employees to work from home. In an announcement, Bungie mentioned that this is due to growing cases in Seattle Area. Bungie is located in Seattle, and now more than 52 cases are reported within the area.

“Our goal is to continue crafting the ever-evolving Destiny universe, while making those behind-the-scenes efforts to keep everything running smoothly invisible to our fans. While there is a possibility that this change could affect our patching cadence in the short term, we will be sure to keep players informed about those schedules as much as possible. 


“Most immediately, we will still be launching Season of the Worthy on March 10, followed by the start of Trials of Osiris on March 13.”

Bungie‚Äôs approach to the COVID-19 outbreak is designed to react to rapid changes as news dictates, including how we will eventually re-integrate employees back into our local offices once the threat of the virus has lowered. While this is a big change for Bungie, we look at the challenge as an opportunity to stretch our ability to create and deliver the same kind of quality gaming experiences we always have in a new way. Be well, take care of yourself, and see you online.

Despite being in Transition, Destiny 2 will still launch Season of the Worth on March 10. They have also released a new Destiny 2 update today, which is being loved by fans.

Half-Life: Alyx is set to release on March 23. It is available on pre-order at Steam for $18.

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