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8-23-2009 @ 1:28PM
I believe there's no doubt that it will release in Q1. They'd be fools not too. D3 will be out this year, in order to take the place of Cataclysm, and SC2 will probably be next fall. They don't seem to want to have games out within 3 months of each other. We'll get 3.2.2 in November, and 3.3 as a Christmas present. Then we'll get Catacylsm in Spring 2010, just in time for spring break. I myself forgot that WOLTK was announced at Blizzcon 2007, but there wasn't complete details until last year. They've been hard at work on Catacylsm since about a month before WOTLK launched last year. They want expansions out every 12-16 months, and I don't see that changing. And since they're already much farther ahead than we probably think, judging from the trailers, it's impossible that it will be this time or winter of 2010 that it will be released.
8-23-2009 @ 4:34PM
"D3 will be out this year"Interesting take. When they said "the two releases planned for 2010 are SC2 and Cataclysm," everyone else took that as meaning D3 was not until 2011.
8-24-2009 @ 2:00AM
There is no real chance D3 will be out this year. Reason: They are not even sure what the 5th play class is going to be, anymore. (stated at the 'con.) For Starcraft 2 they gave a very strong statement that they think it will hit next year. WoW XPac 3 they dropped hints that make me think they are aiming for a Q2 release, next year. For D3 they made numerous statements that there was still work to be done on it, and they were redoing some stuff, etc.
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