A VR simulated world where you can hop in and play as Game of Thrones the future the future shirt, a black brother, a lord, a hedge knight or anything else you want to. Because I guarantee that Matrix-style VR will be a reality by the time ADOS comes out, it’s the perfect new medium to adapt ASOIAF into, and ASOIAF would be the perfect work to adapt. I know you’re not entirely serious and I know it’s a shitty thing to say but GRRM will definitely be dead before Matrix-style VR is a real thing, and he seems adamant on the series dying with him so I’m really hoping he just means the books.
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I meant each person having their own entire Matrix Game of Thrones the future the future shirt so that if I want to kill Ned but you want Ned to sit on the Iron Throne, we could both get what we want in our own worlds. Matrix/neural net level VR is likely decades if not centuries away. However, long before that, there will be a VR world of ASOIAF that people can experience and maybe even interact with on a persistent level. Technically, we already have Westeros in VR via Minecraft. However, that’s not persistent so you’re basically walking around as a tourist. Plus, it’s Minecraft so that takes away from the type of visual fidelity people will want. I imagine in the future there’ll be a virtual world where you’re able to witness events from the book unfold. For fun, you can roleplay inconsequential parts in those worlds. In addition, there’ll be private instances where you can play consequential roles in the game.
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I want this, but I also want to rule lands. I really want to see a game like this where how you rule affects how your people develop. Do you rule like Game of Thrones the future the future shirt and produce soldiers like Shitmouth? Hard men who can live off the land, but are lacking in loyalty and diplomacy, or do you rule justly and produce shining Knights who kick ass in combat but get cheated out of their lunch money because they’re too trusting. There’s no budget constraints for location, special effects, costumes, etc. There’s obviously still a budget. But we won’t be missing out on things like Ghost following Jon around which the show was forced to avoid. Budget for early Game of Thrones episodes were I believe 5 million. Blackwater was when the show started going up higher. And now every episode costs 10 million. I believe the Battle of the Bastards took about 30 million to make cuz all of the buzz on the internet about the money it’d take to make the episode at the time.