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Blizzard is in development on Warcraft-like mobile games

During a financial earnings conference call, CEO Bobby Kotick confirmed the rumors about Activision Blizzard working on Warcraft-like mobile games. He added that multiple games are in development, not just one. To add to the excitement of mobile gamers, it was also said that these games would actually be free to play.

Rumours surrounding the Warcraft franchise

In our Warcraft franchise, we intend to deliver more frequent premium content to sustain and expand the World of Warcraft community and we’ve made multiple, mobile, free-to-play Warcraft experiences and they’re now in advanced development based on our franchise’s beloved IP.


For those who don’t know much about it, Warcraft is a franchise of video games, novels, manga, and a bunch of other media. It has been created by Blizzard Entertainment. The main video-game series consists of five main games which include 3 real-time strategy games and 2 massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPG).

Final Thoughts

He has also spoken about how Diablo Immortal garnered positive reviews during the game’s limited-test trials, which is set to launch later this year. Bobby Kotick has also spoken about a bunch of other projects and this one seems to be in deep development.

However, we haven’t gotten a date or even a rough estimate of when the game comes out yet. We should be getting some updates now that Kotick has gotten the hopes of gamers up. This could be the start of a complete series of games from the company. There are enough Warcraft-inspired games for mobile. Hearthstone has been a spinoff of the Warcraft series and is a card-trading game available for mobile devices.

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