Wonder Woman Video Game Still In Development Along With DCU Canon Additions 

'Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League' gets released on Feb. 2.

'Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League' gets released on Feb. 2.

Wonder Woman Video Game Still In Development Along With DCU Canon Additions 

It’s learned that Wonder Woman game is still in development along with “canon additions” to James Gunn’s new DCU.

The info comes via Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment president David Haddad while discussing the big success of the Harry Potter video game, Hogwarts Legacy.

In Variety‘s article it’s noted Warner Bros. Games will be releasing Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League on Feb. 2 and that “looking ahead further, the studio has a single-player open-world action Wonder Woman game in the works, as well as games that will be canon additions to James Gunn and Peter Safran’s planned relaunch of the DC Universe.

“A very consistent message coming from the executive layer of Warner Bros. Discovery is the importance of franchises,” Haddad said. “There’s a unique and important role games have in keeping our franchises relevant, resonant and exciting because there’s plenty of fans and plenty of people consuming content where games are their starting point, it’s their preferred form of content.”

wonder woman video game

What is the Wonder Woman video game about?

Announced back in 2021, Wonder Woman will be a single-player open-world action-adventure game that will tell an original story set within the DC Universe.

The game will allow players to become Diana of Themyscira in the fight to unite her Amazon family along with the humans from the modern world. 

Wonder Woman will by powered by Monolith’s Nemesis System, and gamers will forge deep connections with both enemies and allies as they progress from a heroic fighter into a proven leader.

“She will fight to unite the warriors of two worlds. You are Wonder Woman,” teases the official announcement teaser.

Regarding the video games for the DCU, James Gunn actually recently said the games won’t have to fit DCU canon after all.

On Threads, a fan asked if it was a requirement for all incoming Warner Bros. Games titles to be set in the same DC film universe from now on, to which Gunn replied simply: “No.”

So of course that confirms why the Wonder Woman game can be in its own universe.

Watch the teaser:

About The Author

Please enable JavaScript in your browser.