In a remarkably frank interview, Blizzard has referred to cancelled MMO project Titan as an "utter failure".
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Blizzard has cancelled its troubled next-gen MMO Titan after seven years of development.
Blizzard boss Mike Morhaime told Polygon the company behind World of Warcraft "didn't find the fun".
Blizzard never officially announced Titan, but had openly discussed its development with press over the years. Despite being confirmed back in 2010 and playable to some degree a year later, little else is known about the game, although Blizzard had said it would not be a World of Warcraft sequel.
Blizzard's Project Titan probably won't be a subscription MMO, the company has said.
World of Warcraft developer Blizzard has delayed its upcoming MMO, codenamed Titan, and slashed the size of the team working on it.
Details of the game's postponement first sprang up on VentureBeat, where a new 2016 launch was mooted.
Blizzard then confirmed the delay but refused to comment on a new release date.
BlizzCon 2013 tickets will go on sale in two batches later this month.
Activision cast doubt on a 2013 launch for Bungie's hotly anticipated new game Destiny during its annual money meeting last night.
World of Warcraft developer Blizzard is working on a free-to-play title, according to a Develop report.
A job posting for the role of franchise development producer on Blizzard's next MMO indicates that the developer is considering product placement and possibly in-game advertising for the game, codenamed Titan.
In an interview with Eurogamer World of Warcraft lead systems designer Greg Street discussed the development process behind Blizzard's next-gen MMO, codenamed Project Titan.
We know about Titan, we know about two more StarCraft II games, we know about two more World of Warcraft expansions, we even know about a Diablo III expansion - so what is this "Unannounced Game Title" Blizzard is hiring for?
The "Software Engineer, Tools" will be a part of Blizzard's "newest game team". "This is a key role on a new and exciting project within the company," the job description declares.
The "Unannounced Game Title" has a section of its own on the Blizzard jobs board. Titan, the "Next-Gen MMO", is listed separately, as are World of Warcarft, StarCraft II and Diablo III.
Titan may be but a whisper on the lips of Blizzard - but the MMO to "eclipse" World of Warcraft is already playable.
Blizzard's mysterious Titan MMO won't be a sequel to World of Warcraft, CEO Mike Morhaime has revealed.
Speaking at the annual DICE summit in Las Vegas – as reported by Ars Technica - Morhaime explained that the new title, rumoured to be launching in 2013, will instead cover bold new ground.
"Without giving away any details, we have some of our most experienced MMO developers, people who spent years working on the World of WarCraft team, working on this project," he said.
Blizzard has announced dates for BlizzCon 2011.
The annual fan event will take place in Anaheim, California on Friday, 21st October to Saturday, 22nd October.
Ticket pricing and ticket availability haven't been announced. Tickets sold out in the blink of an eye last year, but Blizzard offered a paid-for internet TV service as consolation for its millions of fans worldwide.
Blizzard has confirmed that its next MMO is currently going by the title of Titan.
Earlier this month, MMOGameSite published what it claimed was a leaked Blizzard release schedule covering the next five years. The document showed a late 2013 release date for something called Titan, which it speculated to be the developer's new, unannounced MMO IP.
Destructoid asked World of Warcraft executive producer Frank Pearce about the rumour at last weekend's Spike VGA event, and duly got confirmation of Titan's existence.