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Project Titan job listings removed from Blizzard career page

Saturday, 24th August 2013 18:09 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Blizzard as removed job listings for Project Titan from its career page. While not really a surprise, it further proves Blizzard’s intent to revamp the game once thought to be the next, big MMO from the team. Activision-Blizzard announced during its last call to investors that due to the revamp of the project, some of the team members would be moved over to other titles in the works with a more immediate release in sight while a “new direction” was decided for Project Titan. Blizzard boss Mike Morhaime said at the time the company had gone through this “type of iterative process several times in the past,” and the team remains committed to the project’s quality. He also said the project would “likely not be a sub-based MMORPG.” Thanks, Massively.

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  1. sebastien rivas

    rhaaa no, no, no Blizzard!
    You must innovate, whatever the cost, you must do so or gamers will in terms feel milked out by your existing portfolio that keeps coming back with fresher stories and designs.
    I or we still do not know what titan genre/style/type falls into and the competition may be fierce but it does not mean your game will be a flop before you conceive it.
    If there are too many iteratives already, it does not mean the game GDD/TDD does not work or perhaps a little something is lacking in several areas.
    Therefore push up, think it, dream it, execute it, and there is a chance gamers may love it like there is no other games out there.

    #1 8 months ago
  2. Kreion

    @1
    For one, Blizzard doesn’t tend to innovate all that much. They’re better at doing thing that are already being done by other games, and neatly packaging them together into one game.

    Secondly, what do you think they are trying to do by redesigning the game? The fact is that there are too many WoW-like MMO’s out there at the moment and no one wants to play that anymore, so naturally they have to try and find the next thing people want to play before they really get into the development of the game.

    #2 8 months ago
  3. European

    because of high piracy
    PC gaming is for losers and beggars

    #3 8 months ago