News on August 7, Bloomberg just lately reported that Blizzard and NetEasemonetary disputesCanceled an unannounced World of Warcraft MMORPG large-scale cell recreation.
On August 5, Blizzard spokesman Andrew Reynolds responded to international media Engadget on the rumor, saying that Blizzard and NetEase nonetheless have “very successful relationshipadding that claims of any financial disagreement between the two companies are “completely unreal“However, a Blizzard spokesperson did not mention the development status of the “World of Warcraft” cell recreation.
IT House learned that Bloomberg previously reported that the mobile game will be a massively multiplayer online role-playing game, set in the same universe as the “World of Warcraft” end game, and the game codename is Neptuneplanned as a spinoff of Blizzard’s long-running PC games over various time periods.
The game has been in development for three years and had aA team of more than 100 NetEase developersparticipated in the project. Later, the two companies disagreed on terms, eventually calling for the project to be halted.
However, Blizzard released its mobile game “Warcraft Arclight Rumble” under the World of Warcraft universe in May this year. It is positioned as a strategy action game, which is very different from the game’s gameplay, including PVP and PVE gameplay. , will feature over 65 well-known characters from the Warcraft universe. The launch date has not yet been announced.