Go Pre-Register For The Westworld Game On iOS and Android Right Now!
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced pre-registration for the Westworld game. The upcoming title is based on the famous HBO series of the same name. Developed by Behaviour Interactive, the Westworld game has been produced by WB Games San Francisco in collaboration with Kilter Films. It’ll be released sometime in April 2018 for iOS and Android devices.
If you’ve been asking for a Westworld game, well, you’ll be getting a new offering soon enough for Android and iOS devices. The production and publishing teams at WB Games San Franciso have been “working closely with Westworld’s producers and writers to deliver a game featuring content designed to complement and augment the rich depth of the series.”
In the upcoming mobile game, players will be able to take on the role of a newly hired Delos Trainee, who has been granted access to the Delos Park Training Simulation (DPTS). Being in full control of the simulation, you’ll take over all aspects of the Westworld park operations which also include manufacturing and care-taking of artificially intelligent hosts and satisfying guest desires.
“This game is an opportunity to give mobile gamers a fresh and exciting way to interact with the engrossing themes and enigmatic narrative explored by the Westworld series,” said Jonathan Knight, Vice President, Studio Head at WB Games San Francisco. “We can’t wait for fans to get their hands on the game to develop their own unique strategy to orchestrate and explore the perfect park experience.”
You can go ahead and pre-register right now!
Upon pre-registering, you’ll get early access to Lawrence. The character has been described as a bandit and a slickster who is “the ultimate wingman for any adventure.”
The more people pre-register, the more perks they’ll get when the game is launched!
Make sure to read our Westworld coverage.
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