Titanium Media App reported on August 4th, according to Bloomberg on August 3, citing sources, Activision Blizzard and NetEase terminated cooperation in the development of the "World of Warcraft" mobile game due to disputes between the two companies over financial issues. According to reports, the game is a massively multiplayer online role-playing mobile game, set in the same universe as the "World of Warcraft" PC game, the project is code-named "Neptune", and has been in development for three years. However, due to disagreements between NetEase and Activision Blizzard over the terms of the partnership, the project was eventually halted. Sources said NetEase disbanded a game development team of more than 100 people, some of whom were given the opportunity to move internally.
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