Interactive announced that they were working on a Westworld game and today they have detailed it. Someone had leaked footage of the gameplay - which looked wonderful - but that was about it.
Other than the above information, little is known about the game so far, though WB has released new screenshots, giving us an idea of what Westworld's mobile game will look like. And that's because the game is another mobile management simulation.
Warner Brothers will work with Westworld producers and writers on the game, which is meant to "complement and augment the rich depth of the series", according to a statement from WB.
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Produced by WB Games San Francisco in collaboration with Kilterfilms and developed by Behaviour Interactive, Westworld will see players assume the role of a newly-hired Delos Trainee who has been granted access to the Delos Park Training Simulation (DPTS). Everything "from their Props to their Reveries" is customisable, and for the best results you'll need to match guests with the best host to "satisfy their every desire". Similar to other mobile titles like Bethesda's Fallout Shelter, the mobile version of Westworld is set to offer players a more cartoony take on the series.
HBO's TV series Westworld has proven itself to be a massive success, which is probably part of the reason why we're getting a Westworld mobile game for Android and iOS, with pre-registration open right now in anticipation for its full launch next month. You will also be able to manage show favorites like Dolores, Maeve, Lawrence and Teddy.