Blizzard’s Next-Gen MMO project

There have been rumors on the internet about Blizzard’s next game project named “Titan”, and now the company senior VP and co-founder Frank Pearce and also executive producer for World of Warcraft confirmed the Titan name to Destructoid.

“Titan is… the media is not meant to know anything about that. It’s our next gen MMO and we’ve only started talking about it in a limited fashion because we want to leverage the fact that we’re working on something like that for the purpose of recruiting – getting some of the best talent in the industry on that.” said Pearce.

Diablo 3

It is known very little about the game, other than it’s got nothing to do with World of Warcraft and that is scheduled to be released in 2013. It is obviously that the “Titan” could be just a working title for the new game, so more details will be revealed further.

Also the president Mike Morhaime , earlier this year said, “We are working on a second MMO. We’re thinking of it as sort of a next-generation MMO. It’s not a sequel to World of Warcraft – we want to do something a bit different.”

“We’re not trying to replace World of Warcraft. We think that World of Warcraft can continue co-existing with our new MMO and some people might prefer the new one, some people might still prefer to play World of Warcraft.”

So all I can say is,  the time will say! Stay tuned…

About the long time awaited action RPG Diablo III rumors says that it is  expected to be released on PC at the tail end of 2011.

Source: Gamesindustry.biz

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