The trend of adapting video games for the big and small screen is only growing, and Obisidian Entertainment Based is the newest addition to the list. Online Co-op Survival Title Gets Animated TV Show From Brent Friedmanwriter of Star Wars: The Clone Warswith Xbox and Obsidian in partnership with Waterproof Studios/SC Productions, Kinetic Media and Bardel Entertainment.
The series will take place in the same world as the game, which is inspired by The life of an insect and Honey, I reduced the children. It follows four teenagers in the 1990s who have accidentally shrunk to the size of ants and must survive the dangers of an ordinary backyard, including ants, spiders, and other towering creatures.
Along the same lines, the show will also feature a cast of downsized teenagers, though it’s unclear if it will follow the same characters or a new set of faces. There will also be the added element of a corporate conspiracy that threatens to disrupt the life of the entire town. No release date has been announced, but the team is expected to make an appearance at San Diego Comic-Con later this month, so it’s likely more details will surface then.
Friedman, whose writing credits include Call of Duty: Vanguard and Borderlands Taleswill create the story with director Brien Goodrich, who worked on the Halo Games. Based marks another adaptation of an Xbox property, joining the likes of the Halo television series, which has already been renewed for a second season on Paramount Plus. As with other Microsoft-owned titles, Minecraft springs into action with Jason Momoa, while a To fall show is coming to Amazon in the future.
Apart from Microsoft and Xbox, Sony is also bringing its works to television. apart from one The last of us series in the works at HBO, fans can expect a Horizon Zero Dawn show on Netflix, a God of the war adaptation on Amazon, and a Gran Turismo project for an unannounced platform.
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