When the World of Warcraft mobile game was announced, the hype was crazy around it since it was the first time mobile players could enjoy a Warcraft game on their portable devices.
Their hopes were quickly dashed when Bloomberg reported that the World of Warcraft mobile game, which was in development for three years, has now been canceled due to a financial dispute between Blizzard and NetEase.
But now, a spokesperson for Activision stated there had not been a financial issue between the two businesses, while the spokesperson for NetEase declined to comment. The spokesperson for Activision further said,
We continue to have an extremely successful relationship with NetEase, and it is entirely untrue to suggest that there have been financial disputes
Blizzard Entertainment is still working on the World of Warcraft mobile game because a recent job posting reveals that they are hiring a Director for an unannounced Warcraft mobile game.
The unannounced World of Warcraft mobile game is advertised in a job opening posted yesterday by Blizzard Entertainment. This may indicate that Blizzard and NetEase remain on good terms and continue collaborating on the Warcraft mobile game.
If this is the case — which has not yet been confirmed — it will be excellent news for the mobile community since they have waited a long time for this, and they might be finally getting a Warcraft game on mobile.
This is all the current information, but we’ll keep an eye out for more details about the mobile World of Warcraft game. On that note, what do you think about the World of Warcraft coming to mobile? Let us know in the comments section.
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