Blizzard’s Project Titan team is now over 100 strong

Friday, 28th September 2012 03:21 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Blizzard’s mysterious new MMO, codenamed Titan, now boasts a sizeable development team.

Speaking in an interview with Curse, as reported by PC Gamer, Blizzard vice president of game design Rob Pardo said the project is “definitely in the middle of development at this point”.

“The team is over 100 people now,” he said, adding that new game teams may start with as few as three people and gather staffers as they develop.

Watch the full interview below.

That Titan is a real thing was first confirmed in early 2011, after a leaked release schedule showed the game slated for a 2013 launch. Blizzard said it would move onto Titan after wrapping Diablo 3, and that the new MMO will not replace World of Warcraft.



  1. NocturnalB

    LOL It’s pretty funny how this article is 1 article after the “MoP sales lower than expected” article lol.

    Can’t wait to see what Titan is gonna be.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Puggy

    Well, I do wonder when they will say what Titan will actually be like. So far we have a name and not much else. could be anything from WoW for Facebook to some kind of mysterious new System.

    No matter what, people will love bLizzard for what they do, no matter how good or bad it will be in the end, since… yeah, it is blizzard.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Phoenixblight


    THere is no MOP lower than expected it is analysts speculate it to be lower than expected.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. GwynbleiddiuM

    @1 People need to use their brains more often, speculation is not fact. Pachter does it all the time and most of it he’s just muttering BS.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. TheWulf

    Welp. If Blizzard is as healthy as everyone claims, it certainly doesn’t need people heroically jumping to its defence, does it?

    WoW’s been dying for a while, now. The subscription numbers have been falling off since Wrath, as I understand it, when the people who subscribers cared about moved on to work on this Titan thing. And these days, there are games that are just as good (or in my opinion – better) and don’t require a subscription.

    I suspect that Mists of Pandaria not shifting as much as expected has a lot to do with these factors. And there’s plenty of reason to believe that this analysis is accurate, and little reason for me to believe in any doubt.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. GwynbleiddiuM

    @TheWulf Of course you have little reason to believe in any doubt, we all know what a hypocrite you are Wulf. WoW is dying for 8 years now, I mean since the day it came out prophets of doom are preaching it, still didn’t happen and has more subs than all of the MMO games out there has players. So pardon my french, that’s utter bullshit. We’ll see about that when their quarter report gets out. Until then please, please, please don’t take everything you read as facts and try not to shove those alleged facts down everyone else’s throat.

    For a game that is heavily focused on end game content when you have no content available for about a year since the last major update, drop in subs is expected. There was a huge gap between Fall of the Lich King patch and Cataclysm release, there was also a huge gap between Dragon Soul and MoP,people get tired for that long and many will stop, some go permanently some will return with new expansion or sometime latter. And yes people move on after a while no one is going to play WoW forever. Even I play on an “on an off” basis even though I am there for a better half of an expansion cycle.

    #6 2 years ago

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