Activision’s popular action title Call of Duty: Mobile was under heavy speculations that the game would see an end. However, the developers have stated that they have no intention of shutting down the game and are fully committed to its continued development.
Future of Call of Duty: Mobile looked uncertain following Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard
The rumors date back to January 2023, when Microsoft Gaming acquired Activision Blizzard, the studio behind the Call of Duty franchise, for $68.7 billion. Since then, there were talks about Call of Duty: Mobile being replaced to make space for another action title Warzone Mobile, but nothing was concrete.
However, a few days ago, a sudden spread of a possible shutdown of CODM was in the news, with many prominent CODM social media pages and content creators indicating the same. While a few did suggest that the game was going nowhere, still everything indicated we might have seen the end of the franchise.
But Activision has put an end to all the speculations, confirming the game will not be going anywhere, much to the delight of the fans. The makers have also confirmed updates for the long haul, with plenty of fresh content coming on the way, and we might get to see the game’s update roadmap for the year soon.
With these rumors, we learned yet again not to jump to conclusions
First of all, it would make no sense for any game developer to stop or shut down a game that’s immensely popular among the fan base, especially a game like Call of Duty which still attracts millions of players every day.
It is funny to see that these developments happen from time to time. Although we as fans would hate to see false news taking over the internet, it is also true that we become part of the problem once we start believing everything we read is true.
What are your thoughts on the Call of Duty: Mobile shutdown speculations? Were you among the ones with the opinion that the game was coming to an end? Let us know in the comments below!
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