Two Warcraft titles have been confirmed to be in different stages of internal testing inside of Blizzard currently, with a focus on giving new players a chance to enter the franchise and current players a new way to experience the universe.
During the Activision Blizzard, Q2 earnings call the two games were mentioned alongside the success of the recently re-released Burning Crusade Classic and the first content update for Shadowlands.
There is not much information given about these two new ambitious titles, although we can expect to hear more about them "soon".
Two Warcraft Mobile Titles Are Currently Being Internally Tested At Blizzard
The team stated that the release of Burning Crusade Classic was the start of a "very significant 18-month period for content releases" meaning we may see these titles release sometime in the next 18 months.
The next 18 months will also feature the new World of Warcraft expansion, which has not been announced as of yet, and the highly anticipated and expected re-release of Wrath of the Lich King Classic.
Outside of World of Warcraft, Blizzard has plans to release Diablo II: Resurrected and Diablo Immortal in this time as well as, continuing development on Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2.
While an in-person Blizzcon was again canceled this year, there is a digital Blizzcon event announced for early 2022, much like we had earlier this year.
While both titles are called "Warcraft" games, it is too soon to know currently if they will tie into World of Warcraft or just both be standalone games based on the Warcraft universe.