Team 4 is the Blizzard Entertainment Blizzard Entertainment is a video games development company based in Irvine, California. It is behind the development of Overwatch. Notable Members edit | edit source] See more: :Category: Staff Jeff Chamberlain (VFX supervisor) Michael Chu team in charge of developing Overwatch See the game. For the titular organization, see Overwatch (group). Overwatch Developer Blizzard Entertainment Team 4 1] Publisher Blizzard Entertainment Release date May 24, 2016 Platforms Xbox One, Playstation 4, Windowsis a separate viewing area on a computer display screen in a system that allows multiple viewing areas as part of a graphical user interface Overwatch .
As of Sep. 2, 2016, there are roughly 100 developers in Team 4, with five disciplines: Audio, Art, Engineering, Production, and Design. There are also two full-time Business Operations people, an esports director, a dedicated Quality Assurance team, and a dedicated Community team.
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Team 4 was formed to develop Titan, a next-generation MMO. Though Team 4 grew in members, Titan itself was not coming together right. The game was officially cancelled on Sep. 23, 2014.
In the summer of 2013, a small core group started working on a new idea, which would become Overwatch. The size of the team fluctuated throughout the development of Overwatch, ranging from about 40 developers to 75, the number they had at the launch of the beta. Around launch, the audio team was brought on full-time, as well as an automation team, who kept the beta stable.