Blizzard Entertainment posted a “letter” to players on Weibo on Tuesday, providing an update on the progress of the gaming company’s breakup with NetEase. The firm stated they were talking with potential local publishers to release Blizzard’s titles in place of NetEase and that they were also working to preserve users’ gameplay data on personal devices. Blizzard and NetEase have also committed to providing an update on the data issue in January. The 14-year game licensing agreement between the two firms will end in January 2023, though both claimed it will not have a major impact on their revenues. Major Chinese gaming firms including Tencent, ByteDance, Perfect World, and Bilibili are all talking with Blizzard about the possibility of publishing its titles locally, according to Chinese media outlet Caijing. [Blizzard Entertainment, in Chinese]