Wonder Woman Is A Single-Player Title With No Live Service Elements, WB Confirms

The statement was issued to address a brewing rumor in the community.

Story Highlights

  • The Wonder Woman game by Warner Bros. has been confirmed to be a single-player title with no live service elements.
  • The official statement comes from a sprawling rumor that caused a ruckus in the community.
  • Many details about the title are still unclear, but we know it will use the popular Nemesis System.

Warner Bros. recently stepped into the limelight to announce that its upcoming open-world Wonder Woman game will indeed be a single-player title with no live service elements. The statement was made to IGN after a rampant rumor started causing confusion, which sprouted from a job listing. The devs were quick to squash the hearsay of the concerned community.

Wonder Woman is a single-player action-adventure game set in a dynamic open world. This third-person experience will allow players to become Diana of Themyscira and introduce an original story set in the DC Universe while also featuring the Nemesis System. Wonder Woman is not being designed as a live service,” read the statement.

The confusion arose from an ad that referenced Wonder Woman and wanted to hire a lead software engineer of gameplay for the project in question. Initially reported by Wccftech, the listing mentions that the candidate needs to have experience in “helping maintain a live software product or game.

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The haze all around the industry seems justifiable. Warner Bros. only recently announced that it wants to convert its “biggest franchises” into live-service games. The announcement caused a lot of controversy in the community, with most speaking up against it. It has already started working on the strategy but has failed to succeed so far. For instance, MultiVersus saw a prominent arrival with a slew of players but faded to obscurity soon after.

Our focus is on transforming our biggest franchises from largely console and PC based with three-four year release schedules to include more always on gameplay through live services, multiplatform and free-to-play extensions with the goal to have more players spending more time on more platforms.” 

The notable studio Monolith Productions is behind the open-world Wonder Woman project. The prospect has gotten fans excited because the dev team was responsible for crafting the last two —and widely successful—Middle Earth games. The entry has been confirmed to feature elements like the Nemesis system. It will make it possible to engage in dynamic relations with enemies and allies alike to mold a realistic experience.

Not much else is known about the Wonder Woman game. It was initially announced during The Game Awards event in 2021. However, an update for the entry is highly anticipated at the upcoming The Game Awards 2023 event on December 7. In some relevant news, Warner Bros’ upcoming Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is now on the brink of release on February 2, 2024. It is a live service title with four seasons confirmed and more. 

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