A Blizzard interview on MCV talks with Blizzard cofounders Mike Morhaime and Frank Pearce on a variety of topics. They talk about World of Warcraft, the Activision Blizzard merger, and their great relationship with "Bobby" (while no last names are used, we assume they mean Kotick and not Brown). They also seem to reveal they have more unannounced projects than is known, as they show some fancy footwork when asked about the MMOG codenamed Titan. On the topic Mike says, "Youíre referring to our unannounced MMO project, which is unannounced, so I can't really tell you much about it," to which Frank adds: "And there are lots of projects that we're not talking about." When pressed to enumerate these unannounced projects, Mike switches back to the game he just said he can't talk about: "We can't I'm afraid. But on Titan what we can say is that we think of it as a next generation MMO. Weíve learned a lot over the past 12 years in developing and running WoW, so we've called upon some of our most experienced developers to seed a new project. Itís definitely not going to be a sequel or replacement for WoW. It will be a different experience set in a different world. But we donít have anything else to say." Thanks Tom via Blizzplanet.
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