Ever since Bungie separated from Microsoft in 2007, the company has been surprisingly teaming up with Sony for some Destiny PS4 exclusives. The big question is, for how long have these two companies been partnering with each together?

Eric Osborne, Bungie Head of Community, said at E3 2014 that Bungie and Sony have been working together before the PS4's design was even finalised.

A new report from GramingBolt now says that the Destiny Devs helped Sony develop the DualShock 4 (PS4 controller), citing quotes from a TechRadar interview.

"Sony's been a really good partner all the way back to the beginning when we were first talking next-gen, and when we first started building Destiny," Osborne said. "We really didn't know where anybody was going, but it became really clear talking with Sony at the outset that their vision really aligned with where we wanted to go."

"They worked with us, of course, on core systems and the controller itself - making it better for shooters, helping improve that for players, helping include and improve the social aspects of the game," he said.

Osborne continued, "But when we lined our pillars up with what we believed we wanted Destiny to do and put them against their pillars with what they wanted the PS4 to do it was like looking into a mirror."

Apart from all this, the Devs are giving PS4 players exclusives like special co-op strike mission, plus gear, weapons, ships, and a multiplayer map that may or may not ever make it over to Xbox One. And not to forget the recent PS4 Destiny exclusive Alpha.