Warner Bros. wants to transform its major video game franchises into “games as a service”

According to the head of Warner Bros., “Our ultimate goal is to increase engagement and monetization over longer cycles and at higher levels.”

From Warner Bros. they announced that They want to convert their major video game franchises into games as a service.

As part of a conference with investors, the director of Warner Bros. David Zaslav said: “Our goal is to transform our biggest console and PC franchises, with a three to four year launch plan, to include more games always online through services, cross-platform extensions and free games, with the aim of getting more players to spend more time on more platforms.

According to what he added on the occasion: “Our final objective is to increase engagement and monetization in longer cycles and at higher levels.

It should be remembered that Warner Bros. has recently launched Mortal Kombat: Onslaught in this line, a free game as a service, arriving on mobile devices in late October.

Source: Latercera

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