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Blizzard is preparing a working version of the MMOG Titan

Paul Sams (Paul Sams), a leader of Blizzard Entertainment, shared new information on the next project studio - MMOG codenamed Titan. Sams admitted that Blizzard is ready to release version of the game, which looks much better that the developers ever release before. The representative of Blizzard believes that the scale of Titan will be able to beat World of Warcraft, although the inhabitants of Azeroth, do not worry - q

Sams admitted that Blizzard is ready to release version of the game, which looks much better that the developers ever release before. The representative of Blizzard believes that the scale of Titan will be able to beat World of Warcraft, although the inhabitants of Azeroth, do not worry - two MMORPG will exist in parallel, and developers will support and develop each of them. Sams said that the Titan - a long-term project life cycle which is designed for more than ten years. There are currently over Titan operates a significant part of the team that once made World of Warcraft. Starting a new MMORPG is planned for late 2013. Around the same time, Blizzard will release and the latest addition to World of Warcraft

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