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For close to a decade, details about the multiplayer game that Blizzard called Project Titan have remained secret and elusive. Today we’d like to change that.
Titan had all the potential in the world, but they were never able to capitalize on it. Cheating-related troubles punctured their boat back in 2014, and now the org’s founder is claiming they ultimately capsized it. And yet, fans seem more mournful than angry.
After seven years of development, Titan—Blizzard's not-so-secret MMO—was cancelled. Though the game was never officially announced, and though we never got to actually see the game in action, the internet does have a lot of feelings about Titan.
Technically, Blizzard never announced their long-in-development MMORPG Titan. It was always one of those big open secrets. And now, seven years later, the game is cancelled, Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime tells Polygon.
The project code-named Titan is changing direction completely, Blizzard said on today's Activision earnings call. It used to be a subscription-based massively multiplayer online game. No more.
Blizzard's follow-up to World of Warcraft, a project known only by its codename Titan, has been in development since 2006. And it's going to be in development a lot longer, after the company announced today it was making some significant changes to both the game and the people working on it.
The long-awaited first game from Respawn Entertainment—the studio helmed by the creators of Call of Duty—will be exclusive to the next-gen Xbox, according to two unrelated sources familiar with the game. One of our sources indicates that there will also be an Xbox 360 version, but no versions for rival PlayStation and…
Speaking at the GPU Technology Conference in California this week, hardware company NVIDIA talked about their much-vaunted Titan graphics card, and showed off what they can do with it.
Earlier this week I told you about Nvidia's GeForce GTX Titan, the $1,000 graphics card with supercomputer power, tons of tweakability and an astounding acoustic footprint which keeps it whisper-quiet under the heaviest of loads. What I couldn't tell you about were the benchmarks—those all-important numbers.
Are you ready for Blizzard's next MMO? Their first since 2004's World of Warcraft? Well, tough, Blizzard's not done making it.
The last time we featured the art of Nick Carver was in 2008, when the dude was looking for a job. Today, he seems to be doin' OK, as he's a senior artist at Blizzard.
MMO specialist website Massively claims that, according to a "tipster", Blizzard's John Staats has been laid off. Who is John Staats? Only the senior level designer of the company's next big MMO, the successor to World of Warcraft.
As World of Warcraft begins its slow, inevitable decline, people will want to hear more about the company's next big MMO. People might be hoping that this project, code-named Titan, will be spoken about at this year's BlizzCon.
The people who make MMO juggernaut World of Warcraft have another massively multiplayer online game in the works, a game they're calling Titan for now. Blizzard calls it "awesome" and "ambitious." One analyst calls it "casual."
There's this guy who says that Blizzard's next massively multiplayer game is "a total ball to play." He says the game, code-named Titan, is "the type of game that will have a very long life, much like World of Warcraft has."
There have been whispers on the internet winds for a while now about a Blizzard project named "Titan", supposedly the company's follow-up to the world-conquering World of Warcraft. Well, Blizzard is now speaking a little louder on the subject.
Fat Princess developer Titan has developed a rather novel process for selecting 250 beta testers for the PlayStation Network exclusive title - let them eat cake.
Now that the cat's out of the bag on Ensemble Studios' canceled Halo MMO — codenamed "Orion" (or "Titan") apparently — we expect the tiny leaks of background information on the project to grow into a flood. Thanks to one of our snoopiest readers Jeff, we have an in-depth look at dozens of pieces of concept art from…