Crytek’s monster-infused multiplayer shooter Hunt: Showdown is getting a live-action TV adaptation due to Binge, a brand new streaming platform launching in 2022.
Crytek introduced the brand new sequence in a weblog Wednesday. Crytek co-founder and CEO Avni Yerli, co-founder Faruk Yerli, and CryEngine director Pascal Tonecker will function government producers alongside producers from Binge.
Binge is marketed as a brand new streaming platform centered on authentic reveals based mostly on in style video video games and content material creators. Binge plans to launch as a subscription-free service on PC, TV, cell, and consoles. Customers can earn “Bytz” for watching content material, however it’s unclear how you may spend them.
For the unfamiliar, Hunt: Showdown was launched in 2018 and pits you towards different monster hunters (the darkish, gory sort and never the type that hangs out with cats dressed like Sonic) within the late 1800’s Louisiana bayou.
You may race to gather clues for the place to search out boss monsters, just like the Eldritch-looking Spider, the ugly Butcher, or the insect-filled murderer. Gamers not solely deal with different hunters seeking to steal their prize but additionally numerous undead enemies, like zombies and hellhounds.
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Binge can be creating a live-action sequence based mostly on System Shock and the Driver sequence. For extra online game variations presently within the works try the slideshow above or our interview with Adi Shankar who’s creating a number of animated variations together with a Satan Might Cry sequence.
Joseph Knoop is a author/producer/eldritch monstrosity for IGN.