Having been suspended from operating in the country since November, it appears that World of Warcraft's future in China has been decided, and will be announced sometime this month.


That's according to Chinese media giants Sohu, who say that the two government agencies engaged in a territorial dispute over the title - the General Administration of Press and Publications (GAPP) and the Ministry of Culture (MoC) - have settled their differences and come to a decision on whether current operators of the game, Netease, have been breaking regulations in running the title in China.

Kind of feels like the Ents arguing over hobbits being orcs...

Source: GAPP, MoC Prep NetEase Sanctions for WoW Ops [Pacific Epoch]

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