CoD has announced that they will continue supporting Call of Duty Mobile, and they have no plans of phasing it off. A week ago, the gaming industry was stormed by news that the franchise was planning to stop its support on CoD mobile. At this point, fans suggested that the franchise would replace the mobile version with Warzone Mobile.
Call of Duty Mobile Support Dilemma Details
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👉 According to Call of Duty Mobile, they INTEND to keep supporting the game contrary to what Microsoft says.#CallofDuty | #CoDMobile pic.twitter.com/u8GG2EUz8c
— WZ Mobile News (@codmINTEL) March 13, 2023
This week has been characterized by uncertainties in the gaming world as far as Call of Duty Mobile is concerned. To narrow this further down, in the past five days, news has emerged on the possibilities of Call of Duty: Mobile facing a phase-off.
However, Timi Studio Group, the game’s developers, have dismissed these rumors earlier today. This is through a tweet by WZ Mobile News. Furthermore, amidst all the uncertainties, the game has continued to receive support from various stakeholders among them players.
Gathering from the tweet, gamers have nothing to worry about. WZ Mobile News assured gamers that Call of Duty: Mobile intends to keep supporting the game contrary to what Microsoft says. The tweet reads that Timi Studio Group commits to CoD Mobile as an important part of the entire Call of Duty Franchise. The tweet further assures fans that CoD will introduce new content and activities.
The ongoing news further alleged that the deletion of the game would be due to Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard. Additionally, the rumour also detailed that as the companies try to push through Microsoft’s proposed $68.7 billion takeover, some intriguing details are spilling out of documents that various parties are submitting to regulators.
The support to CoD: Mobile by Activision brings relief to the game’s fans and the gaming community in general. The positive response in various media platforms such as Twitter evidences this. Gamers have expressed their relief at the rumour’s phase-off and Activision’s support.