The Wonder Woman game from Warner Bros. announced in 2021. and Monolith Productions could well include live-service elements.

This is evident from a vacancy on Monolith’s website for a head software engineer. The job posting states that the person being hired will help deliver “a superhero experience as epic as Wonder Woman herself.” It is noted that candidates who have experience with “maintaining a live software product or game” have an advantage.

It shouldn’t come as a big surprise that the Wonder Woman game may contain live-service elements. Another upcoming game from Warner Bros., Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, also has that – which has already earned the game some criticism from fans. New information about the game shows that there is a free and paid battle pass in the game.

In addition, David Zaslav, CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, announced last week that it wants to turn the company’s biggest franchises into live-service games. According to him, the company eventually wants to transform franchises such as Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, DC (particularly Batman) and Mortal Kombat into live-service games. “Ultimately, we want to drive engagement and revenue at higher levels for longer periods of time.”

Monolith Productions is the developer of the Wonder Woman game announced in 2021. The only clear thing is that it is a single-player action game that takes place in an open game world. The game contains the Nemesis system, just like the Middle-earth games. It is not yet known on which platforms or when the game will be released. The announcement trailer can be seen again below.