As we know that, Blizzard is working on a new massively multiplayer game. Just a few precisely the project have divulged, but Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick offered another breadcrumb of knowledge around the unnamed title–which won’t be a competitor to wow gold.
“What we’ve announced at Blizzard is that we’ve got Starcraft [II] coming, Diablo has been in production…and a new, unannounced MMO that has a little more broad appeal,” said the executive. No, Bobby Kotick isn’t dealing with a Blizzard-developed massively multiplayer sport that appeals more to women, but something probably has no orcs riding motorcycles. Or perhaps Night Elves! A thing that won’t dig Arena of Warcraft’s subscriber base.
The Activision Blizzard CEO’s comments, as reported by GameSpot, probably will dash any about a StarCraft or Diablo brand MMO. And this comment backs up what Blizzard COO Paul Sams recently said, the unannounced sport is going to be “significantly different” through the Wow experience.
Until now, Blizzard hasn’t said much as to what the unannounced MMO is, instead centering on the achievements not. It isn’t on the list of developer’s already established franchises. As well as it not according to any pre-existing Blizzard lore.
What we should do know for sure is the fact that Blizzard is hiring. We simply hope it does not divert anymore attention away from StarCraft II and Diablo III. Broad appeal is great and all of that, but we’re growing impatient. We’re going to help keep you updated within this news. If you want to buy WoW gold cheap, our store is the right location for you！