Blizzard's "Project Titan" now has over 100 team members

Even as Blizzard launched its fourth commercial expansion pack this week to its still popular fantasy MMO World of Warcraft, the developer has been working for some time on its next MMO game. Blizzard has been keeping most of the details to itself but it has referred to the game in the past by its code title, "Project Titan."

In a new video interview from Curse that was posted on You Tube, Blizzard's vice president of game design Rob Pardo gave out some more hints about "Project Titan", claiming that the game has been in development in one form or another for about four years.

Even with that amount of time, Pardo said, "We are definitely in the middle of development at this point." He said that Blizzard fans should not expect to hear anything about Project Titan anytime soon. As far as the number of people at Blizzard that are working on the game, Pardo said "The team is over 100 people now."

Pardo also answers questions about the new World of Warcraft expansion pack, Mists of Pandaria, the upcoming StarCraft II expansion pack Heart of the Swarm, the future plans for Diablo III and more.

Source: Curse YouTube

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While D3 is a good game, in no way does it represent a 10 year development cycle. If that is the product they get with 10 years, they likely need 20 to develop a better product. Or double the size of the development team.

Supra Boy said,
While D3 is a good game, in no way does it represent a 10 year development cycle. If that is the product they get with 10 years, they likely need 20 to develop a better product. Or double the size of the development team.

They probably let some hobbyists develop for the first 8 years.

Kelxin said,
Diablo 3 spent 6 years in development (from 2002) until it was announced on June 28th 2008, then released May 15th 2012.

http://diablo.wikia.com/wiki/Diablo_III

10 years in the coming, this one has been in development for 4, so another 6 til whatever it is actually sees the light of day.

Yep, because we know it will unquestionably follow an identical development cycle to Diablo III