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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Someone has spilled the beans to Kotaku regarding what exactly Blizzard’s now cancelled MMORPG Project Titan was and how it was to be played. Meanwhile, analysts predict the cancellation could have cost Activision-Blizzard in upwards of $50 million.
So much for Blizzard’s Titan. The game is no longer in development according to the studio.