Job Listing Confirms Open World For EA Motive’s Iron Man

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Open World For Iron Man!

EA Motive is currently working on a brand new AAA Iron Man game. The developer has recently wrapped up its work on Dead Space Remake, receiving critical acclaim for the faithful adaptation of the iconic horror game.

While details on the Iron Man game are currently limited, a new job listing has hinted at the game being set in an open world. EA Motive is now hiring a Senior Writer for the game, and one of the required qualifications for the game states:

“Experience in open world and non-linear dialogue for games.”

EA Motive Iron Man Open World
Source: EA Motive Senior Writer Job ad

While many had already expected the game to be based on an open world, fans will be glad to know that this is the approach EA Motive takes to the game.

Iron Man’s abilities make him the perfect character for a large and expansive open world. The character has abilities that allow him to fly at fast speeds, covering long distances in a short amount of time.

Previously, superhero games like Marvel’s Spider-Man and Batman Arkham Knight have found great success in the open-world formula, and EA Motive may have taken inspiration from this success.

However, the job listing also mentions non-linear dialogue. This might imply that EA Motive focuses on the game’s narrative elements, with dialogue playing an essential part in the overall experience.

Non-linear dialogue may also hint at potential dialogue trees, but that remains to be seen.

A previous rumor also hinted at EA Motive utilizing Unreal Engine for Iron Man. The developer has recently worked on Frostbite for Dead Space Remake, but that may change with the upcoming title.

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