Years ago, Blizzard had a next-gen MMO, sort of like a sequel to World of Warcraft, in the works. It was called Project Titan and from it, Overwatch was born. Most Blizzard fans know that the developer isn’t afraid to can games before they get released, from that Thrall point-and-click adventure to Starcraft: Ghost and, of course, Project Titan.
The reason for the cancellation of Project Titan has always been a bit of a mystery and now, ex-Blizzard boss, Mike Morhaime, finally spoke out about why the game was cancelled in the first place. According to reports, Mr Morhaime spoke at GameLab in Barcelona, revealing that it was an extremely ambitious game and internally, the developer failed to control its sheer scope. Apparently, the game had time travel and focused on historical myths.
Mr Morhaime explained that:
As a Blizzard fan for two decades, I would have loved to see some footage or hear exactly what Project Titan was all about. However, there’s still some good news for fans, as there is a very good chance Blizzard will finally reveal Diablo 4 to the world at BlizzCon 2019.
What do you think about Blizzard cancelling Project Titan before we even got to see a glimpse of it? Let us know in the comment section below.
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