Netflix and Ubisoft have put more energy into more animation projects that will be launched on the streaming media platform, including related Dividing cells, A kind far cry, with Captain Laser Eagle: Blood Dragon Remix.
Netflix is not satisfied with occupying the video game/TV market with “The Witcher” and “Castlevania”, but further expands to the geek world with more Ubisoft IP-based programs.
First, the cell division animation program will follow the story of the elderly and haggard Sam Fisher. The tweet embedded below more or less shows what we know about the show so far-but it does a great job of setting the tone, right?
We first heard about this in July 2020, when someone revealed that it had some serious talents: the series was written by the author of the John Wick film series, Derek Kolstad.
This is the first time you have watched the “Split Cell” animated series, adapted from a bestseller @育碧 game.
-Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) June 11, 2021
Next, there is Captain Laserhawk: Blood Dragon Remix. The show spun off “Far Cry” and enriched its universe inspired by synthetic waves. Adi Shankar (the executive producer of The Grey, Dredd and Netflix’s Castlevania) is in charge of the project, noting that it will span countless Ubisoft IPs.
“Ubisoft allowed me to create a new universe for them as a’blood dragon mix’ of all Ubisoft attributes,” Shankar wrote in an article. tweet
Breaking news! @育碧 Allow me to create a new universe for them as a “blood dragon mix” of all Ubisoft attributes…think about Captain N: The master of the game, but very good…or there is no copyright infringement of the pirated universe short film! 1/3 pic.twitter.com/FuwZZji2J7
— Adishankar (@adishankarbrand) June 11, 2021
Finally, there are some news about the “Far Cry” animation series. The “adult anime series” based on the game will soon land on Netflix, but we only know these for now.
There are a lot of things to digest, and this did not happen overnight; this kind of cooperation has been going on for some time-we first heard about the cooperation between the two companies in 2016.
These new shows are part of Netflix Geeked Week, where we also heard about WitcherCon and saw more information about the second season of The Witcher.
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