The Future Of Blizzard's Franchises
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
VideoGamer.com is now offering a new Q&A with Blizzard Entertainment's VP of product development, Frank Pearce. The interview covers a variety of topics including the status of Wrath of the Lich King, how long fans will have to wait for a new Diablo title, and the possibility of Starcraft: Ghost returning to life.
VideoGamer.com: How long do you think you'll give WoW and its expansions before turning your attention to World of Warcraft 2? How high can the level cap go? For the full interview follow the link provided below.
Videogamer.com: What's Next For Blizzard?
FP: We haven't even started to think about a sequel. The team still has a huge wishlist of exciting features to add on top of what's already been implemented since launch. Not to mention, we're all still playing the game pretty heavily ourselves, and there's a lot more content that we want to see as players.
VideoGamer.com: How's Starcraft II coming along? Will it be the best RTS game ever? Any round about release date you can let us in on?
FP: It's going well - what we've shown so far has been very well-received, and getting feedback from the community is incredibly important to the team. The team's goal is to make the ultimate competitive real-time strategy game, and that's something they are hugely passionate about. The StarCraft universe means a great deal to us, as does the reputation it has for balance and depth, so we're prepared to spend as much time as required to ensure StarCraft II lives up to expectations.
VideoGamer.com: Some Blizzard fans were disappointed that there was no news on a new Diablo game at BlizzCon. How high on the Blizzard 'to do' list is Diablo 3?
FP: We definitely appreciate that the community has a lot of interest in seeing the Diablo series continue, and we certainly share that desire. For now, though, our focus remains on StarCraft II and Wrath of the Lich King.
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