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Molten Games formed by Ex-Blizzard, Relic and SOE execs with NCSoft backing

24 Jul 2013  by   Elly
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Based in San Diego, Molten Games is a new development team comprising of ex-Blizzard, SOE and Relic execs.

The new studio has received multi-million dollar backing from NCSoft to get the creative juices flowing. The team includes Paul Della Bitta who was head of e-sports at Blizzard, Jungwon Hahn who was head of Blizzard in Korea and Blaine Smith who was a former senior producer at SOE and also worked on Company of Heroes at Relic.

There’s no details as to what their first game will be, but when talking to GI¬†earlier today, Della Bitta gave a few hints regarding the business model adding:¬†“We’re just trying to take advantage of the free-to-play model, but we want people to have the same expectation of quality they would if they went and bought a $60 console game at the store.”

The new website for the company describes the operation as not being a “typical, boring, corporate, ‘go nowhere’ environment” and the team appear to be relishing the fact that it’s a small operation at this stage.

Expect a PC free to play title to be announced in the future. Let’s hope it’s not another damn MOBA or MMO.

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  1. DavidTheSlayer
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    Sounds good, hopefully we’ll see some cool looking games that aren’t with greedy pay for this and that. I’d rather buy a subscription-free mmo game. I wonder if they’d be up for porting games like Monster Hunter Online over to the West for quick cash flow for their new projects.

    July 25, 2013 at 4:30 pm

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