Since its inception in 2007, the saga Assassin’s Creed has boasted arguments of cinematic scale in which the different periods of human history play a central role.
That scale made it perfect for a big screen adaptation, which eventually happened in 2016 through a movie starring and co-produced by Michael Fassbender and directed by Justin Kurzel.
That film turned out to be one more record in the list of bad movies based on video games, but it seems that now will be the opportunity to correct the course and make the producto live-action than a saga of the caliber of Assassin’s Creed if you deserve.
Through a press release, Ubisoft reported that it joined forces with Netflix to launch a live action series based on the successful franchise.
According to the statement, this series will be a epic adaptation for which the showrunner is currently being searched, that is, it is in an initial state of preproduction, although it already has Jason Altman and Danielle Kreinik from Ubisoft Film & Television as executive producers.
The Serie live-action It will not be the only thing that will result from this union, as it has already been confirmed that series will also come animated and a anime.
About which games will be taken as the basis for these products, the company said ‘Under the agreement, Netflix and Ubisoft will build on the iconic library of dynamic video game stories, with a massive global style for adaptations of the series of live action, animated and anime’.
Will the plot of the video games be adapted in chronological order or will the entire lore of the franchise will be the basis for a new story?
On the other hand, the streaming service promised to elaborate carefully an epic and exciting IP-based product, already providing a deeper immersion for fans and users around the world alike to enjoy.
Nothing was said about the release date of any of these products.