Turbine’s console MMO has cost $20 million so far

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 21 September 2009 19:01 GMT


Turbine’s in-development console MMO has cost $20 million thus far, the studios’ project development VP Craig Alexander has told GDC Austin.

The exec also hinted that the game will be free-to-play – an increasingly common model in the MMO market.

A release is expected in 2011.

No one outside the company knows what the game is, but a console version of LotRO has been heavily rumoured previously.

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