Like it or not, many big game studios want to crack the live service model, with industry behemoths like Fortnite proving just how successful the model can be. A line tucked away in a job listing from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (WBIE) has suggested that Warner is looking to follow this model for upcoming games featuring many of its most popular franchises.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (WBIE) is currently involved in a variety of new projects featuring their well-known franchises with a “heavy focus on live service”. This applies to both casual games and core games on all platforms (console, digital and mobile).
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“WBIE is currently involved in a variety of new projects, ranging from casual games to core games featuring our well-known franchises on all platforms (console, digital, mobile) with a heavy focus on live service,” the listing reads. The role is heavily focused on consumer research, suggesting WBIE will be looking at other examples of live service success as inspiration.
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