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Tuesday, 21 December 2010 22:05

Blizzard planning a new MMORPG

Written by Nick Farell


Titan ready for 2013
Blizzard has confirmed that it is working on a MMORPG with the working title of Titan.

Blizzard cofounder and executive vice president Frank Pearce confirmed that project exists and that it is going to be out there in 2013. He refused to say anything more about it. This will be a MMORPG that will not be related to World of Warcraft and apparently has been on the drawing board since 2007.

The company, which rarely tells anyone anything about its projects, locked down talk on the project so much that people stopped mentioning it.

Earlier this month, the website MMOgamesite.com posted a document that appeared to be Blizzard’s five-year strategy which included “WOW4” which is due in 2012, “WOW5” due in 2013, a WOW movie for 2012, and Diablo 3 for the fourth quarter of 2011. It also listed the project “Titan” for the fourth quarter of 2013.

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