Of the 3,600 million that Sony has spent in Bungie, 1,200 will be allocated to keep employees
Sony has explained to its investors that one third of the money spent the purchase of Bungie will be destined to keep the company’s current workers.
Around 1,200 million dollars (out of a total of 3,600 million) will be used to pay employees who have actions of the company, together with other incentives and investments to ensure that they stay in the North American company once the Buy and this become part of Sony Interactive Entertainment.
According to the Japanese company, this investment will not be immediate and will be carried out over several years.
Sony announced the acquisition of Bungie on January 31, the company responsible for Destiny. Jim Ryan, SIE President, explained that the acquisition “is an important step in our strategy to expand the scope of PlayStation to a much broader audience,” and on later days it has also been explained that the movement is part of a strategy To expand the know-how and positioning within the business of games as a service, a segment in which it intends to publish ten new titles in the next four years.