WOW successor Titan’s been canceled after seven years
WoW is one of the most successful games of all time. "What comes after World of Warcraft?" It's the question Blizzard has been asking for years. And the next-generation project even had a name: Titan.
But Bizzard has officially canceled development on this mysterious next-generation massively multiplayer game Titan. This revelation comes after at least seven years in development and word last year that the developer was going back to the drawing board to reevaluate the project.
Titan is dead.
Blizzard co-founder and CEO Mike Morhaime reiterated that the company has technically never officially announced Titan, though it hasn't been shy to talk about the game over the past seven years. Senior VP of story and franchise Chris Metzen elaborated further: "We took a step back and realized that it had some cool hooks. It definitely had some merit as a big, broad idea, but it didn't come together. It did not distill. The music did not flow. For all our good intentions and our experience and the pure craftsmanship that we brought together, we had to make that call."
There is no full disclosure yet, so we’ll all just wait.