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News video games 10 April 2023, 13:13

author: Kamil Kleszyk

Well-known Insider Has Seen Blizzard's Survival Game and Revealed Its Title

After months of relative silence, new but still limited information has emerged about Blizzard's survival game. The source of the reports is industry insider Jez Corden.

Early last year, Blizzard Entertainment announced that it is working on a mysterious survival project and... that's basically it as far as official information is concerned. Fortunately, in such cases, industry insiders come to the rescue.

  • During a recent episode of The Xbox Two podcast, well-known insider Jez Corden revealed that the said Blizzard game is called Odyssey and to his knowledge, this is not a working title. However, he indicated that he estimates the probability of these reports at around 90 percent.
  • During the podcast, Corden also mentioned that the game is almost complete and very likely to be available on multiple platforms. Nevertheless, in light of the impending finalization of the Activision acquisition, he also doesn't rule out that Microsoft may want to make the game exclusive to Xbox consoles.

Recall that recent information (from August 2022) on the survival game project also came from Corden. His reports at the time were quite sketchy, but even then he mentioned the name Odyssey (only that in the context of a placeholder title). In addition, the insider, having seen footage from the game, mentioned that Blizzard's work visually resembles such titles as Everwild and Fable Legends. He also stressed that the game, even in its early stages, looks "amazing."

So there's nothing left for us to do but be patient and await tangible information, this time from Blizzard.

Kamil Kleszyk

Kamil Kleszyk

At deals with various jobs. So you can expect from him both news about the farming simulator and a text about the impact of Johnny Depp's trial on the future of Pirates of the Caribbean. Introvert by vocation. Since childhood, he felt a closer connection to humanities than to exact sciences. When after years of learning came a time of stagnation, he preferred to call it his "search for a life purpose." In the end, he decided to fight for a better future, which led him to the place where he is today.


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