Kingdom Come Deliverance will be adapted to live-action cinema through producer working with Yakuza

MOVIE NEWS – It is not clear if Erik Barmack, a former Netflix, will bet on a series or a movie of this video game.

To the long list of video games that plan to adapt to the big screen we now have to add Kingdom Come: Deliverance, the open-world RPG set in the medieval Holy Roman Empire signed by Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver in 2018. Many details are still missing for specifying about it, but the administrative details have already been made official.

The information comes through Variety, one of the most authoritative portals in the field of cinema. According to reports, this future series or movie – it has not yet been specified – is the result of an agreement between Warhorse and Wild Sheep Content, a company founded by former Netflix producer Erik Barmack. You may remember that two weeks ago, the same creative also signed with Sega for a film adaptation of Yakuza.

Thus, Barmack will work with Martin Frývaldský, President of Warhorse, on the production of KCD for the cinema. The first makes a point, explains Variety, according to which Henry’s adventure would have changed the notion that low-budget games are not capable of capturing the attention of a global audience, unlike most AAA titles signed in the United States. United. “And that is super important,” he adds.

In the analysis of Kingdom Come: Deliverance published in 3DJuegos, our colleague Álvaro Castellano scored the game with a notable, indicating that “it mixes the classic with the modern very well, that it has a very good story, that it enjoys attractive combat and that It grabs us with a deep and interesting progression mechanic. ” Not without controversy, the game seems to have achieved public acceptance with 79% positive reviews on Steam.

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