Update: The statement of GaminginPhone regarding their talk with a TiMi official is still unconfirmed, and the article hasn’t been updated in weeks, rendering it fake. We sincerely apologize for the mistake made from our end.
Call of Duty: Mobile is a free-to-play shooter video game developed by TiMi Studios and published by Activision and Garena for Android and iOS. It was released on October 1, 2019. It was announced back in March 2019, with TiMi Studios, a subsidiary of Tencent Games, leading development. And now, it seems that makers of COD Mobile, Activision, have parted ways with the Chinese conglomerate Tencent and their subsidiary TiMi studios. Just like PUBG, COD Mobile is updated monthly. With the arrival of Season 9 last month, Tencent announced some major notable changes to the game. Amongst all this, a small update was also noticed by the players. The loading screen, which earlier credited Tencent and TiMi for the game, now states Activision. According to GamingonPhone, the game publishers have already severed all of its ties with Tencent and its subsidiary TiMi studios before they rolled out the season nine update in the previous month and the game is now fully owned by Activision.