Blizzard is incubating lots of new ideas for fresh games and new IP, some of which should see a mainstream release.
We know that Blizzard is working on a bunch of new projects. Some guaranteed titles include Diablo IV and a host of mobile game adaptations, but there's also secret games in early incubation phases. Led by Blizzard co-founder Allen Adham, who returned to the company in 2016, the studio's incubation branch has many teams busily cooking up interesting new experiments that may manifest in new IPs for the service game titan.
In a recent interview with IGN, Blizzard co-founder Allen Adham reiterates the company's strong pipeline, becoming the third major exec to talk up the developer's future slate.
"Today we have five public facing teams. But we have more new games in development at Blizzard today than we've ever had in our history," Adham said, echoing previous words from ex-Blizzard president Mike Morhaime and current president J. Allen Brack. "You can see now, many years later, we can take our many experienced game developers and use them to seed multiple new teams at the same time. I think we're heading into a very bright future."
"I'm pretty proud of how many new teams we've started and how many new ideas we've been able to build those teams around."