Sega has signed a licensing deal with the Games Workshop to create multiple games based on the Warhammer fantasy franchise. The first game is currently in development at Creative Assembly, the studio responsible for the Total War games, and will arrive in 2013 at the earliest.
We had a chance to throw around a few questions with the game's composer, Cris Velasco, one-half of the team that put together amazing soundtracks to games like Mass Effect 3 and Tron: Evolution, as well as composing iconic and memorable scores for games like Warhammer 40,000: Space Marines and the God of War trilogy.
GameSpot originally did some legwork and pieced two-and-two together to find out that a tank design in Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances looked dead-on identical to a tank from Warhammer 40,000. Well, Games Workshop and EA have worked out the differences and there's no longer a reason to panic.
THQ's executive vice president of core games, Danny Bilson, has talked candidly about a lot of the company's woes, vices and virtues in a recent interview. One of the topics landed on Warhammer Dark Millennium switching from an MMO to a retail game and it was mainly because of the subscription model.