HBO has embraced a new platform for fans to extend their frustration towards its hit series Westworld upon thanks to its new app game.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has launched Westworld, a mobile simulation game that invites players to take on the role of a new Delos employee who is given access to the Delos Park Training Simulation.
Produced by WB Games San Francisco in collaboration with Kilter Films, the creators of the Westworld series, the game is developed by Behaviour Interactive. It features notable characters including Bernard, Delores, Maeve and more to immerse players in the show’s central themes.
Players control all aspects of Westworld park operations including manufacturing, managing and upgrading AI based hosts as well as satisfying a wide range of guest desires.
The game’s content spans the first season of the series, with additional content from season two coming online after it appears on the show.
“We are excited for Westworld players to experience what it’s like to manage a complex theme park powered by human desired and artificial life,” said Jonathan Knight, vice president, Studio Head at WB Games San Francisco.
“The game features a compelling, unfolding narrative and multi-layered gameplay while remaining highly approachable and intuitive to play.”
Gameplay take place on two levels: Aboveground, there is the western-themed world visitors experience with popular locations and a variety of hosts. Belowground is the high tech Delos facility where Hosts are manufactured, repaired and upgraded.