Live-Action System Shock TV Series in the Works

A live-action collection adaptation of the System Shock online game collection is ready for Binge, an upcoming gaming leisure streaming platform. The service is anticipated to launch in 2022, however the collection wasn’t given a launch date.

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As reported by Deadline, Binge will focus closely on programming largely impressed by a few of the hottest online game franchises, as showcased by the already-announced Driver live-action collection. For System Shock, Binge will companion with Nightdive Studios, the company that acquired the rights to the iconic franchise. According to the report, Nightdive’s Stephen Kick and Larry Kuperman will function government producers of the collection, with Binge’s Chief Content Office Allan Ungar producing it.

“I’ve always believed that a live-action adaptation of System Shock would be the perfect medium to retell the harrowing story of Citadel station and its rogue AI that subjects the crew to unimaginable horror,” mentioned Kick. “We’re very excited to see the talented team at Binge bring System Shock to life in horrifyingly real and new ways.”

System Shock is an iconic franchise adored by gamers for more than two decades and a series that helped redefine what it meant to play an FPS,” mentioned Ungar. “We’re excited to do right by the franchise – and the genre – in bringing System Shock to life. Get ready for SHODAN.”

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The first to System Shock video games have been well-regarded in the Nineteen Nineties as they set the stage for later video games like Bioshock and Deus Ex. Nightdive launched System Shock Enhanced Edition, which was an upgraded model of the unique sport, after buying the rights to the collection.

Nightdive can also be doing a extra full-throated reboot of that first sport and OtherSide Entertainment is creating System Shock 3. The reboot has hit some bumps in the street, however Nightdive lately shared an update in September 2021. System Shock 3, on the different hand, has gone by a number of publishers and hasn’t had an replace (in addition to saying the sport isn’t useless) in fairly a while.

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