We have nothing to advertise for the new MMO because it's a shell of a game thus far. We've already stated it'll be a brand new franchise, which means the lore, art, and game play are being developed entirely from scratch. It's an overwhelming process, but a process through which we excel. Our track record supports this.
Rob Pardo reveals that the development of its mysterious Titan MMO project is in full swing with a team that now numbers in the triple digits.
“We are definitely in the middle of development at this point,” Pardo said. “The team is over 100 people now.” He also explained core development started small in teams of two or three hashing out concepts before growing over the course of four years. Blizzard’s silence on Titan’s formation affords very few details beyond its confirmation as a new IP and it being in playable form since last year.
In April, Blizzard indicated a "next-gen MMO" was in the works by way of job listings on its official Web site. Playing coy, however, the World of Warcraft developer simply noted that it had a number of unannounced projects under its awnings, but no official confirmation of a new title would be forthcoming.
a Blizzard community representative for the first time officially confirmed that Blizzard was working on a new MMOG.
"No, it is an unannounced next-gen MMO," said the rep. "And that doesn't mean an expansion for World of Warcraft either."