Anonymous edits have been disabled on the wiki. If you want to contribute please login or create an account.


Warning for game developers: PCGamingWiki staff members will only ever reach out to you using the official press@pcgamingwiki.com mail address.
Be aware of scammers claiming to be representatives or affiliates of PCGamingWiki who promise a PCGW page for a game key.

Company:Bungie

From PCGamingWiki, the wiki about fixing PC games
Bungie
Bungie Logo.svg
Website
Parent company
Previous names
Founded

Bungie, Inc. is an American video game company and is a subsidiary company of Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Bungie was founded in May 1991 as Bungie Software Products Corporation and their first game is Gnop!. During the development of Halo: Combat Evolved for the Xbox console, Bungie was acquired by Microsoft on June 19, 2000 and became part of the Microsoft Game Division as Bungie Studios, before becoming independent again as Bungie, LLC on October 1, 2007. It was renamed again to the current corporate name Bungie, Inc. in 2012. Bungie was later acquired by Sony Interactive Entertainment in 2022.

Games developed

Game Developer Publisher Engine Release dates
Destiny 2 Bungie Bungie, Activision Tiger Engine
Windows
24 October 2017
Halo 2 Bungie, Pi Studios Microsoft Game Studios Halo Engine
Windows
17 May 2007
Halo 2: Anniversary 343 Industries, Bungie Xbox Game Studios Halo Engine, Saber3D Engine, Unreal Engine 4
Windows
12 May 2020
Halo 3 343 Industries, Bungie Xbox Game Studios Halo Engine, Unreal Engine 4
Windows
14 July 2020
Halo 3: ODST 343 Industries, Bungie Xbox Game Studios Halo Engine, Unreal Engine 4
Windows
22 September 2020
Halo: Combat Evolved Bungie Microsoft Game Studios, MacSoft Halo Engine
Windows
30 September 2003
macOS (OS X)
12 December 2003
Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary 343 Industries, Bungie Xbox Game Studios Halo Engine, Saber3D Engine, Unreal Engine 4
Windows
3 March 2020
Halo: Reach 343 Industries, Bungie Xbox Game Studios Halo Engine, Unreal Engine 4
Windows
3 December 2019
Halo: The Master Chief Collection 343 Industries, Bungie Xbox Game Studios Halo Engine, Saber3D Engine, Unreal Engine 4
Windows
3 December 2019
Marathon Bungie Software Marathon Engine
Windows
2 December 2011
Mac OS
21 December 1994
Linux
2 December 2011
Marathon 2: Durandal Bungie Software Marathon Engine
Windows
20 September 1996
Mac OS
24 November 1995
Linux
2 December 2011
Marathon Infinity Bungie Software Marathon Engine
Windows
2 December 2011
Mac OS
15 October 1996
Linux
2 December 2011
Myth II: Soulblighter Bungie, Take-Two Interactive Bungie, GT Interactive
Windows
28 December 1998
Mac OS
28 December 1998
macOS (OS X)
14 March 2003
Linux
20 July 1999
Myth: The Fallen Lords Bungie Bungie, Eidos Interactive
Windows
14 November 1997
Mac OS
1 November 1997
macOS (OS X)
27 October 2003
Oni Bungie Software Take-Two Interactive, Rockstar Games, MacSoft, Feral Interactive, Buka Entertainment
Windows
29 January 2001
Mac OS
29 January 2001
macOS (OS X)
5 April 2011
Pathways into Darkness Bungie Software
Mac OS
1 August 1993
macOS (OS X)
9 April 2013

Games published

Game Developer Publisher Engine Release dates
Abuse Crack dot Com Origin Systems, Bungie Software, RedHat Abuse Engine
DOS
29 February 1996
Mac OS
1 October 1996
Linux
1 January 1996
Destiny 2 Bungie Bungie, Activision Tiger Engine
Windows
24 October 2017
Myth II: Soulblighter Bungie, Take-Two Interactive Bungie, GT Interactive
Windows
28 December 1998
Mac OS
28 December 1998
macOS (OS X)
14 March 2003
Linux
20 July 1999
Myth: The Fallen Lords Bungie Bungie, Eidos Interactive
Windows
14 November 1997
Mac OS
1 November 1997
macOS (OS X)
27 October 2003

Engines developed

Engine Developer Website First release Latest release
Halo Engine Bungie 1 January 2001 14 July
Marathon Engine Bungie Software 14 July 14 July
Tiger Engine Bungie 1 January 2014 14 July