Mila Pavlin, who worked on Ragnarok's award-winning accessibility features, praised the Wonder Woman team for its "dedication to accessibility."
The pendulum swings back again in the story of WB Games, with its studios and IP licenses seemingly up for sale once again.
Following the Warner Bros. and Discovery merger, it's been reported that the company is looking to "bolster" DC's presence in gaming.
Shadow of Mordor and Shadow of War's beloved Nemesis System will finally be making a return in Wonder Woman.
An announcement that almost no one saw coming- WB Games has announced Wonder Woman, developed by Monolith Productions.
WB Games president David Haddad says the recent the recent sale of Playdemic is part of an "overall strategy to build games based on Warner Bros. storied franchises."
An examination of Shadow of Mordor and Shadow of War's biggest strength.
The patent will go into effect February 23.
The patent is currently pending and in the "notice of allowance" stage.
The bizarre adventure title will be free for subscribers at launch.
Game Pass’ lineup of games continues to grow ever more alluring.
Where exactly did Sega's survival horror franchise disappear off to?
A tale of two developers and two plans.
Monolith Productions will seemingly be bringing back the acclaimed Nemesis system for their next project.
Warner Bros. Steam sale offers deep discounts on Mortal Kombat, F.E.A.R., and much more.
Along with the base game, it will include all paid DLC for $60.
The base game and Gold Edition are also discounted by 66 percent on Steam.
Changes have also been made to customization, while new player skins have also been added.
Patch adds new Brutal difficulty; Desolation of Mordor DLC also launches.
In-game store will shut down fully on July 17th.