It seems more and more games are being adapted for the silver seen. Halo is imminent, and God of War and Mass Effect are in the pipeline. It turns out that the charming adventure game A Plague Tale is the latest to seemingly be confirmed as receiving a TV series adaptation.
The news was confirmed by French director Mathieu Turi who confirmed his involvement in the project and has, during his career, served as an assistant director to Quentin Tarantino on Inglourious Basterds.
While there’s currently no word of where the series is at in terms of its development, only that it’s being developed by French media conglomerate Mediawan. It’s certainly cool that another great story-driven game is going to reach a wider audience through television.
A Plague Tale: Innocence, first released in 2019, received rave reviews and told the desperate story of siblings Amicia and Hugo de Rune as they fought to survive the plague and the Hundred Years’ War in Aquitaine.
A sequel, A Plague Tale: Requiem, is set for release sometime in 2022.