Bungie may be working on a Destiny animated series, according to a recent job posting.

The firm is searching for a ‘Senior Producer – Linear Media’ position, in which the selected applicant will be in charge of the “Destiny IP clearance process for all externally-developed linear media stories.”

The application specifically mentions “experience with licensed products, and/or animation, scripted television development, or current programming” in the “required skills” section.

Candidates must also have a “Strong comprehension of Destiny and its universe,” according to the application.

Bungie appears to be taking another step toward transmedia projects with this announcement.

Derick Tsai, a filmmaker who formerly worked at Riot Games on League Of Legends animated shorts, was rumoured to have joined Bungie in February.

According to his Linkedin website, Tsai is currently the Head of Development at Destiny Universe Transmedia.

His responsibilities also include “leading projects and creating tales that expand the Destiny IP into new media like as film, television, animation, books, comics, and audio forms,” according to the press release.

Hiroki Totoki, Sony’s chief finance officer, disclosed that the Destiny developer is working on a “major new IP” and that the business hopes to use Bungie’s expertise in the live service market in the future when speaking about the company’s recent $3.6 billion purchase of Bungie.

Bungie is also looking for a creative director to help with a new third-person action game.

Beyond Destiny 2, the company hasn’t revealed what it’s working on, although it has said on many occasions that it wants to release at least one new IP before 2025.

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