Does the full-on cellular World of Warcraft MMO sound intriguing to you? Well, too dangerous… it’s been canceled. While it was by no means formally introduced, Bloomberg experiences that Blizzard and Chinese companion NetEase have deep-sixed a World of Warcraft MMO earlier than it was even introduced. A group of over 100 builders dedicated to the undertaking on the NetEase facet have been disbanded, with some being let go from the corporate. It’s unknown if any Blizzard workers will lose their jobs because of the cancelation.

Per Bloomberg, the canceled World of Warcraft game was codenamed “Neptune” and was to be a full-on MMORPG. That mentioned, it wasn’t simply be a cellular port of the PC model of WoW, however slightly, a derivative set throughout a unique time interval.

Word is, the cancelation of Neptune wasn’t a inventive determination, however slightly, took place as a result of Blizzard and NetEase “disagreed over terms.” That’s a potentially-concerning growth for Blizzard, as NetEase publishes their video games in China and was the co-developer of the closely criticized, but very worthwhile, Diablo Immortal. On the topic of Diablo Immortal, whereas the game is raking it in round many of the world, its launch has been delayed in China after an official Diablo Immortal Chinese social media account reportedly made reference to the notorious Xi Jinping Winnie the Pooh meme. It might be attention-grabbing to see where Blizzard and NetEase go from right here, as a divorce can be very pricey for each.

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What do you assume? Would you will have performed a cellular World of Warcraft? Or is it for one of the best that this undertaking won’t ever see the sunshine of day?