February 20, 2013 -- Sony announced that Destiny would launch on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 with exclusive content. This came as a surprise to a lot of people. Microsoft have always had a very tight relationship with the creators of their biggest selling exclusive, Halo. Furthermore, Activision, until recently, have always been a "Xbox first" company -- but we are seeing gradual change in company opinion. Activision latest multi-platform title, Call of Duty: Ghosts looks a lot better than its Xbox counter-part. In an interview with Mark Rubin of Infinity Ward, David Jenkins, author at Metro UK, suggested that one would have to be blind not to notice the how graphically superior the PlayStation 4 version of Call of Duty: Ghosts is.
Perhaps Sony is playing Microsoft's game; buying out exclusivity for promising games. Microsoft did with Respawn Entertainment's upcoming game, Titanfall. I do, though, find it rather peculiar that Bungie's interest in working on multi-platform title came shortly after their visit to Naughty Dog studios, approximately two years ago; when Uncharted 4 was allegedly in development for the PlayStation 4.
Whatever the case may be, Geoff Keighly tweeted that Bungie have a huge announcement for the PlayStation All-Access event on the 14th of November, 2013. All we know for certain is that this announcement is big, and has something to do with Sony. Who knows, maybe Sony Computer Entertainment has recently acquired Bungie? Only time will tell.