WB Games splitting up as part of merger
AT&T is merging WarnerMedia and Discovery in a $43 billion deal that will result in Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment getting split up.
WB Games, which consists of 11 subsidiary studios, is going to be broken apart since only parts of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and WB Games are included in the merger.
Oh brother, where art thou? “Some of the gaming arm will stay with AT&T and some will go with the new company,” according to Axios. WB Games consists of studios like:
- Avalanche Software
- Monolith Productions
- NetherRealm Studios
- Rocksteady Studios
- TT Games
Can't buy love: While AT&T has finally managed to sell off WarnerMedia, it either wants to hold on to some game development studios or simply was not satisfied with previous offers and is holding on to the studios until better ones come along.