A message posted on the game's official social media account, said the test period for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) ended Wednesday.
It gave no further information about PUBG, instead directing users to download Game for Peace, a new multiplayer combat game.
But PUBG has not made Tencent any money in the tech company's home country and the world's largest gaming market.
This is because Tencent has not been able to sell subscriptions or purchases in the game for PUBG and some other popular titles in China for months after a lawful breakdown of officials.
Tencent began getting approvals for a few games in January. The decision to draw PUBG suggests that the company failed to get the green light to make money on one of its most valuable titles.
Tencent did not respond to a request for comment.
Don Giolzetti contributed to this story.