The Upcoming Iron Man Game By EA Motive Could Be Open-World

The long-awaited dream might be becoming a reality.

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  • The Iron Man single-player AAA entry might be an open-world game.
  • A new job listing suggests that the development team is looking for a Senior Writer who has experience with the open-world genre.

It seems that the new Iron Man AAA title that EA Motive was working on might be an open-world game. Stephen Rhodes, the Narrative Director for the title, has posted a new job listing on the Electronic Arts website and Twitter. According to the job qualifications, the studio is looking for a Senior Writer who has “experience in the open world” genre. 

While this is to be taken with a grain of salt, the listing does seem to suggest that EA Motive is currently working on a new open-world entry for Iron Man. Furthermore, the listing also states that the “Motive is to create innovative action games within iconic worlds where every player feels like the hero.” Additionally, the Senior Writer is supposed to define the way the team develops “worlds internally.” 

EA Motive Job Listing
EA Motive Job Listing

While the world awaits the release of the title in question, one fan has already taken matters into his own hands by using Unreal Engine 5 to develop a short Iron Man game demo. Furthermore, Avalanche Studios was working on an open-world game for the Iron Man franchise. However, the project was short-lived and ended up being dead, along with the aspirations of fanatics. 

Iron Man is one of the most iconic heroes in Marvelverse. It’s certainly about time that Tony Stark gets treated to a modern-day rendition of a AAA title, especially after the likes of Wolverine and Venom are about to fall into the spotlight as well. 

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Rabiya Rizwan

A veteran writer who is currently pursuing a masters in English, Rabiya loves everything about gaming and is working on the beat as a news reporter at eXputer.

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