We learned earlier this year that the game is in the works, and today's announcement sheds light on the plot and timing. The project was still in the testing phase and WB Games had released no details. The iOS pre-registrations are live on the website and the Android ones can be done on Google Play.
HBO really stirred up a hornet's nest with its reimagining of the classic adventure Westworld, and it'll continue to generate buzz with the second season, which is set to premiere this April.More news: Suspect in Binghamton University student's death arrested in Nicaragua
Players will fill the shoes of a new employee hired by the Delos corporation, and put in charge of running the Park Training Simulation for Westworld.
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WB Games recently issued an official press release concerning the new Westworld mobile game (including the teaser trailer shown above). You will be able to control everything at the Westworld park operations in a strategy simulation experience.
Players will be responsible for the "manufacturing and care-taking of artificially intelligent hosts" as well as "satisfying guest desires".More news: Philippines Duterte to issue notice of withdrawal from ICC
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. "We can't wait for fans to get their hands on the game to develop their own unique strategy to orchestrate and explore the flawless park experience".
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