In a speech at attending the Citi 2011 Technology Conference today, Activision Blizzard COO Thomas Tippl explained that in the course of WoTLK Gold the next three years, company expects six "proven properties" new releases by Blizzard. The releases will consist of two expansion packs of World of Warcraft and Starcraft II.
Although Blizzard hasn't revealed any expansion packs beyond Cataclysm's WoW WOTLK classic, it has been more transparent regarding it's Starcraft II plans. The second game in the series, Heart of the Swarm will focus upon the Zerg faction in addition, Battle.net Project Director Greg Canessa has said that it would be released in the second half of 2012. The series will end in Legacy of the Void, which will focus upon The Protoss camp.
The other two games are related specifically to World of Warcraft. Although Blizzard insists it plans to launch World of Warcraft in 2011, Tippl said that the game was not incorporated in its earnings forecasts for the year. Tippl believes that an World of Warcraft expansion will be released prior to the end of 2014.
The Tippl's word choice left the door wide open to Blizzard to launch a yet-proven product in the coming three years, including its latest massively multiplayer online role-playing game called Titan. According to a leaked and, thus far, accurate release date, Blizzard is planning on having Titan released in the fall of 2013. Titan in the fall of 2013.
(UPDATE) On the other hand, Blizzard is maintaining a cover of mystery surrounding its future lineup. "We haven't announced anything regarding plans that go beyond the current lineup," a Blizzard representative said to P2Pah. "Currently we're focusing on buy WoTLK Gold the next update to content for Cataclysm as well as the coming publication of World of Warcraft, and the ongoing development on Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm."