A Quiet Place Will Be Adapted To A Video Game In 2022 – The First Details Are Here!

MOVIE NEWS – After being a hit at the box office, this apocalyptic sci-fi horror world takes the leap into the gaming industry with a new story.


One of the most significant movie phenomena of recent years will be to storm the industry this coming year. Saber Interactive, Illogika and Ep1t0me Studios join forces and announce the development of a horror video game set in the universe of A Quiet Place loaded with suspense and emotion.

The details about the project are pretty scarce, but those in charge have guaranteed the objective of telling an unpublished story capable of maintaining the spirit of the films. Thus, we will have to wait to see if we can enjoy an adventure starring the Abbott family or new characters. “The impressive success of the A Quiet Place films makes it clear to us the hunger among the audience to see more adventures in this universe, ” Saber Interactive said in a statement, adding that this will be the first video game developed by an external studio, Illogika and Ep1t0me Studios, distributed by its publishing label.

A Quiet Place presents a world invaded by a series of lethal creatures on alert at any slightest noise. Those responsible for generating a climate of constant tension in the game will undoubtedly use this narrative premise.


A blockbuster


Among the details provided, premiere platforms have not been shared, although a multiplatform launch is expected. Saber Interactive counts among its credits with other great adaptations of films of the genre, such as World War Z, and is scheduled to release Evil Dead: The Game early next year. As for A Quiet Place, the latest film in the saga has grossed $ 297 million, a figure that makes it one of the 15 most successful feature films of the year.

Source: Game Informer

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