The live-action system shock series is in production and will be broadcast exclusively in the carnival

Binge, an entertainment streaming platform focusing on video games To be launched in 2022, Is making a live-action adaptation of System Shock.

This adaptation will be broadcast exclusively on Binge as a series and produced with the help of Nightdive Studios. According to the deadline, Nightdive has been in possession of System Shock rights since it was purchased from the now-defunct Speculum Studio in 2012.

More specifically, Nightdive Studios founder Stephen Kick and business development director Larry Kuperman will serve as executive producers of the series.Director, Allan Ungar Fan-made short film of Uncharted Sea, Nathan Fillion as Nathan Drake, It’s a carnivalof The chief content officer will produce the series.

“I have always believed that the live-action System Shock will be the perfect medium to retell the tragic story of Citadel Station and its rogue AI, which caused the staff to suffer unimaginable horror,” Kick said. “We are very happy to see Binge’s talented team bringing System Shock to life in a terribly real and new way.”

Ungar tells deadline Binge believes that System Shock has helped redefine the meaning of playing FPS, and this series will do it through it and that type.

As pointed out deadline, System Shock has added a lineup of other video game live-action adaptations to the work carnival. The platform is still in production based on Ubisoft’Second driver.

System Shock is a 1994 game developed by Looking Glass Studios. It is a game such as BioShock, shame, And more. This is about a rogue AI named SHODAN, which essentially took over a space station and reprogrammed/changed everything on the space station to kill you.

Nightdive Studios is remaking System Shock That is Can book now. It also received Final presentation Earlier this year.Watch this video show 20-minute System Shock remake of the game Understand what will happen.


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