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Blizzard working on new direction for Titan project, 'unlikely to be subscription-based'

Blizzard Entertainment's Mike Morhaime offered a brief update on the company's in-development next-generation MMO, codenamed Titan, during an investor call today, saying that the unannounced game is "unlikely to be a subscription based" game in like World of Warcraft.

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NYC_Gamer1091d ago

I hope they adopt the buy2play model

Fireseed1091d ago

Eh I'd prefer to have a Blizzard game to have a long life span rather than just get a set amount of content when I buy it.

ChozenWoan1091d ago

if they follow the GW/GW2 model then there will be plenty of content for years to come and the game will still generate constant revenue beyond the initial game sales.

Fireseed1091d ago

While I do agree that GW/GW2 are pretty nice models and they get some nice post launch content. Their is a reason it's still not even in the same league as WoW, and that's because the game consistently has new balance changes and all new areas. While I do disagree with the whole expansion system has in place, I don't necessarily prefer the gem store route that GW2 has in place.

DeadlyFire1091d ago

Buy 2 play is still better than Free to play in so many ways. No limits on your players, classes or restrictions and so forth. Alot of Free to play models set restrictions so you have to buy each piece of content.

Drasill1091d ago

Overall a subscription-based model tends to lead to a game getting better support, but personally I don't think any game is worth $15 a month. I'd say $8 a month or less.