MOVIE NEWS – The Ubisoft saga makes the leap “with a new stealth mission” that seeks to expand its universe.
Surprisingly, Ubisoft and Netflix have announced that the successful Assassin’s Creed saga will have its own live action series on this streaming video platform, without providing more details about the history, characters and date of this production, which has already begun to raise great expectations. among the fans.
At the gates of the premiere of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla , for now it is only known that dedicated Ubisoft executives Jason Altman and Danielle Kreinik will serve as executive producers of this live-action series, which joins a long list of series based on others from the large licenses of the French company. “New stealth mission: the Assassin’s Creed universe expands with a live action series”, reads the brief message that Netflix has served to present this series, along with a small video where the Assassin’s Creed logo joins the already iconic N of the platform.
Just a few minutes after its announcement, the original tweet accumulates more than 10,000 Likes and dozens of comments with jokes about the saga, with wishes and many questions about this, for now, enigmatic series. This announcement comes shortly after the announcement of the Beyond Good and Evil movie , or the presentation of the Splinter Cell animated series on Netflix, became official .
Do not forget that Assassin’s Creed already made the leap into the world of cinema a few years ago with a film directed by Justin Kurzel. If you do not know it, we recommend you take a look at the review of the Assassin’s Creed movie in Sensacine . There are other great Ubisoft brands in the process of making the leap into the world of film and television; Another example of this would be the Skull and Bones series , the pirate game whose development is taking longer than desired but which Ubisoft promises ” will be much more ambitious than in its origins .”
Just a few months ago we published a special article in which we reviewed the television series based on video games that have been recently announced. A long list to which today we must add a new title.
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