It would be a bit of an understatement to say that Call of Duty Mobile has been a massive success for Activision, with the shooter having amassed a massive audience and driven sizeable revenues for the company on a consistent basis for its launch. Recently, however, Microsoft, which is currently in the process of having its acquisition of Activision Blizzard approved by regulatory authorities, said that it expected the mobile shooter to be “phased out over time” following the launch of Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile and be replaced by the battle royale title.
While that may have sparked some fears over the longevity of Call of Duty Mobile, Activision has since come out with a statement to allay concerns, saying that it intends to support the game “for the long haul” with “a robust roadmap of fresh new content, activities, and updates.”
“We are committed to Call of Duty Mobile as an important part of the entire Call of Duty franchise and our overall mobile strategy,” Activision wrote in its statement.
Of course, whether those plans will end up changing if/when the company does get acquired by Microsoft remains to be seen, but it seems like the internal plan at this moment is very much to keep Call of Duty Mobile going, even once Warzone Mobile has launched.
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