Confirming reports from earlier in the year that the former Beatle Paul McCartney, was working on music for a videogame, the British Knight himself has revealed that he has been working with Bungie.
In a recent tweet
) McCartney posted an image of himself alongside veteran Bungie composer Marty O'Donnell, claiming to be "really excited to be working on writing music with @bungie, the studio that made Halo".
As Eurogamer goes on to explain, a roadmap of Bungie's long-term plans with Activision surfaced during the high-profile case against the founders of Respawn Entertainment and although the information it contained may well be out of date now, it described a four-game deal for a series of sci-fi shooters in a new franchise titled Destiny -- the first of which was slated to launch in late 2013 on both Xbox 360 and the (still unannounced) next-generation Xbox console.
In other Bungie news (via VG247
), the studio has started selling T-Shirts
that tease what we can only assume is symbolic of their upcoming game, accompanied by the description "Drape yourself in an enigma from our future release".