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Wonder Woman Studio May Have Other DC Universe Games In Development

Monolith Productions, the studio currently working on the upcoming Wonder Woman game, may have other DC universe games in development, based on the latest information.

According to a job listing on Linkedin for the position of Executive Producer, the Wonder Woman developer, Monolith Productions, may currently have other DC universe projects in production. The listing states that the new recruit will be responsible for overseeing all phases of development for multiple projects from the concept phase through release. Additionally, knowledge of the DC franchise is listed under “Nice to Haves”.

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Putting two and two together, it appears that Monolith Productions is currently working on multiple game projects based on the DC universe besides Wonder Woman.

In related news, it was previously reported that the next entry in the DC universe from WB Games Montreal, the developer behind Gotham Knights, will be a single-player game, and will be developed in Unreal Engine 5. According to a job listing for a lead gameplay programmer, the Gotham Knights developer had been looking to expand the DC Comics universe into the interactive space with a brand new game. Among the list of required knowledge and skills, it was stated that knowledge of the Unreal Engine 4 and 5 game engine would be considered a plus for the candidate.

This listing was corroborated by the LinkedIn profile of senior producer at WB Games Montreal Inc., Bryan Theberge, in which it is stated that the studio behind Gotham Knights has officially started production on its next game, and that it is also set in the DC universe. The unannounced project went in production in December, 2022. Theberge has once again taken up the role of senior producer for the new DC game. While working on Gotham Knights, he was leading production groups from high-level mandates to the daily low-level objectives, such as dealing with roadblock issues, staff issues, production problem solving, recruitment, and pipelines.

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