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It appears that the next video game adaptation Netflix acquired has just been confirmed. Splinter Cell will receive an animated television series adapted by Derek Kolstad, the writer of the Ubisoft film series and John Wick.
Splinter Cell is an invisible video game series, started in 2002 with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell game. The protagonist of the game is Sam Fischer, a well-trained agent of the Black Police Unit of the United States National Security Agency (NSA). The latest game "Split Cell: Blacklist" released in 2013 is the sixth in the series. It seems that there is another game in development, but it has not yet been actually confirmed.
According to reports, the two seasons have been confirmed, and Netflix has ordered 16 episodes. There are rumors that this is an animated series rather than a reality show, which will be an interesting way to relive history. Many of us have been eager to adapt movies for years, and they even announced a movie with a trailer a few years ago, so knowing that we will have at least two seasons of TV shows is good news.
However, other than that, Netflix and Ubisoft declined to make official comments on the details, so not many details are known. Without official announcements or confirmations, it is difficult to say whether this is a definitive project, but so far it appears to be real.
Derek Kolstad will use his talents as the screenwriter and executive producer of the new series. Due to the popularity of the John Wick franchise, Korstad’s participation in the series has made many fans excited, and the series’ global box office revenue is $584 million. Kolstad also includes Falcon and Winter Soldier in his recent works, and he also co-authored the recent TV series Die Hart. So, it will be interesting to see what he did with this series. He has a good record in writing action movies.
This is not the first game series approved by Ubisoft. We already had an Assassin's Creed movie in 2016 starring Michael Fassbender. Ubisoft also cooperated with Apple TV to develop the Mythic Quest TV series, which followed a game development studio that developed World of Warcraft style RPG.
Netflix has achieved a lot of success in adapting the "Witcher" series and its excellent Castlevania animation adaptation of the TV game, so we also have high hopes for this TV series.
Although we don't know much about this project yet, it certainly has fans eager to learn more. Will the original actors come back to voice their roles? Will there be a brand new cast?
What do you think of the next adaptation of Cell Division? Would you prefer a live-action adaptation? Let us know in the comments.