Sunday, May 22nd, 2022

Hunt: The showdown is turning into a live-action series

Crytek’s monster-injected multiplayer shooter Hunt: Showdown is adapted to live-action television thanks to the new streaming platform Binge launched in 2022.

Crytek announces new series blog Wednesday. Crytek co-founder and CEO Avni Yerli, co-founder Faruk Yerli, and CryEngine director Pascal Tonecker will be executive producers alongside Binge’s producers.

Binge is touted as a new streaming platform focused on original programming based on popular video games and content creators. Binge will be launched as a non-subscription service on PC, TV, mobile and console. Users can earn “Bytz” by watching content, but it’s unclear how to use it.

For those who are unfamiliar Hunt: Showdown Released in 2018, other Monster Hunters (not the dark and brutal kind) It’s like dating a cat dressed as Sonic) Louisiana Bayou in the late 1800s.

Compete to collect clues to find boss monsters such as spiders like Eldritch, scary butchers, and assassins full of insects. Players fight against various undead enemies such as zombies and hellhounds, as well as other hunters trying to steal prizes.

Adaptation for all video games on Netflix

We are also developing bulimia Live-action series based on System Shock And driver series. For more video game adaptations currently in production, see the slideshow above or an interview with Adi Shankar, who is developing several animation adaptations, including the Devil May Cry series.

Joseph Knoop is an IGN writer / producer / eldrich monster.