Interview: The Making of Sony's Warhawk

In the week of its release, GamePro sat down with lead producer Dylan Jobe to talk all things Warhawk.

GamePro: Often times in course of a game's development there are things that end up on the cutting room floor. What things were you not able to include in the game that you wish you could have?

Dylan Jobe: Looking back on it leaving out the single player mode was a very hard decision. There were some really neat things that we were doing in our single player game, but at the end of the day the bar is set very, very high in single player. I'm a firm believer that if you're not going to bring your 'A' game then you need to concentrate your efforts. So while we had some missions that I thought were really cool, as a cohesive story line with a gelled set of missions and game arc, it wasn't there. On the multiplayer side, there were things that people brought up during the beta that I thought were really killer points that we are using to seed our development for our first expansion pack.

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RyuCloudStrife4128d ago

Nice find you snatched it right off my hands :(

Delive4128d ago

As far as an expansion pack, What could be added other than maps and skins? Modes maybe. Weapons would require balancing, but could be done.

Delive, if any clan is looking to add a hired gun.

icechai4128d ago

the developers take on what the game is like: the lovechild of Unreal Tournament and Battlefield.

A very accurate description, this game is a blast to play! I hope they definitely get new maps, and maybe 1 or 2 weapons per expansion (since they said they follow the PC models, just look at how Counter-Strike updated itself every half year :P)