Hunt: showdown is set in Louisiana in the 1890s, where bounty hunters compete against each other to kill cruel beasts for a reward.
Nov. 17 (News) – Competitive first person shooter Hunt: showdown, by developer Crytek, is being transformed into a live-action series for the new streaming platform Binge.
The world of Hunt: showdown will be further explored in the live-action series, which will be available exclusively on Binge.
Avni Yerli, Faruk Yerli and Pascal Tonecker from Crytek are executive producers alongside Allan Ungar and Vince Talenti from Binge.
The game is an online multiplayer title released in 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Binge is an upcoming streaming platform that will feature original series and shows inspired by popular video games and content creators. The service will launch in 2022 and be available on TV, phones and video game consoles.
“We have always known that Hunt: showdown would look great as a live action series. The world is dark, gritty, and immersive, and there is so much potential for many great stories. We can’t wait to see what the Binge team can do, “Avni Yerli said in a statement.
“Hunt: showdown is a heartbreaking survival game with an incredible storyline that is ripe for a live-action series adaptation. We’re excited to drop viewers deep into the bayou and meet them face-to-face with monsters and hunters, “said Talenti.