While not giving away specific details they do throw around words like "limitless", "ever-changing" and "unprecedented". The MMO is set in a fantasy world, no platforms were hinted at.
Trion boasts we'll be able to lose ourselves in an "ever-changing world" with 'Heroes of Telara', as it features "limitless new content".
To keep those MMO cogs turning the in-game world will have "recurring events" and "unexpected challenges" which they promise will deliver an "unprecedented level of rich and dynamic gameplay". Well I'm glad that cleared up our questions on the project.
"Trion is excited to share what we have been working on and to reveal the universe of Heroes of Telara," said Trion's Russ Brown. "The team is producing a magnificent new universe in which players can immerse themselves in endless adventure."
Trion has recently told the world they've formed a partnership with Petroglyph, the studio behind Star Wars: Empire at War, and they intend to launch an MMORTS called Mytheon later this year.
Has the MMO become the 'reality TV show' of the videogame industry? Or unlike 'reality' television, do MMOs still have something tangible to give their audience?