Financing Dispute: Blizzard stops the mobile game World of Warcraft
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Financing Dispute: Blizzard stops the mobile game World of Warcraft

Diablo Immortal , Warcraft Arclight Rumble and Diablo Immortal are just a few of the features that should be available for the online role-playing game World of Warcraft. The plans of Blizzard as well as NetEase, the Chinese developer, seem to be in shambles.

They disagree about funding. The World of Warcraft smartphone app has been discontinued after three years of development. A team of more 100 NetEase developers will also be disbanded. According to the news agency Bloomberg, they are citing their trusted sources. According to codenamed “Neptune”, the reason for the project’s shutdown was due to disputes between Activision Blizzard (China) and its Chinese partner.
It should be fixed by WotLK and Dragonflight this year

The mobile version of the online role-playing games should not be considered a direct WoW copy. Instead, it should be an MMORPG within the same universe. Blizzard has plans in place and should concentrate on the development of the World of Warcraft expansion, “Dragonflight”, in the future. The second WoW Classic addon, “Wrath of the Lich King”, will be launched at the end of September.

Smartphones will focus on the financially strong Diablo Immortal, Warcraft Arclight Rumble and Warcraft Arclight Rumble. World of Warcraft still plays a significant financial role for Activision Blizzard 17 years after its launch. Eight expansions have been released to date. Many nostalgics have tried to reactivate their WoW Classic subscriptions.

The company doesn’t provide accurate statistics. In November 2015, nearly 5.5 million paid subscribers had been confirmed. The highest level reached was in November 2015, when 5.5 million paid subscribers were last confirmed.

Financing Dispute: Blizzard stops the mobile game World of Warcraft
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