Netflix’s “Geeked Week” celebrations have come and gone, and the five days of reveals and updates were tailed off with a hefty dose of gaming and gaming-themed content. We’ve picked out everything we saw over the course of the week to do with video games, whether it’s TV shows based on popular franchises or actual games included in the service, and put them all together for you below:
Cyberpunk: Edgerunners is a new, 10-episode story created by Studio Trigger (of Kill la Kill and Promare fame) and based in the world of CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077. It follows a street kid named David trying to survive in a tech and body modification-obsessed world by becoming an ‘Edgerunner.’ It’ll premier on Netflix in September this year.
Sonic Prime is a new, 24-episode animated series coming to Netflix this year, and though we still don’t have a release date we did get this new clip featuring Big the Cat and Froggy.
A new, official trailer for Resident Evil gives us another look at the series starring Ella Balinska and Lance Reddick. The show will feature two different timelines across a decade and follow the lives of Jade and Billie Wesker both before and after the T-Virus takes hold of the world. It actually looks somewhat decent and it’s not far off, premiering on July 14th.
The Cuphead Show!
The Cuphead Show! was a hit with fans in its first season that debuted this year, so it’s great news that more episodes are coming. A new, 12-episode season releases on August 19th with more seasons still to come.
Bioware is developing a brand-new animated series based on Dragon Age for Netflix, with the first teaser giving us a glimpse at some of the characters, locations and action to expect when it airs in December this year.
This new branch of the popular Castlevania Netflix animated series stars Richter Belmont and centres around the story of arguably the most cherished Castlevania video game, Symphony of the Night. No release info for this one, yet.
Taking place between Tekken 2 and Tekken 3, Tekken: Bloodlines follows Jin Kazama as he trains under Heihachi and undertakes a quest for revenge for the death of his mother. This one’s out sometime later this year.
Arcane: Bridging The Rift
Bridging the Rift is a five-part docuseries that will take fans behind the scenes on the inception and creation of Arcane, the League of Legends animated series that took the world by storm. This one is coming to Riot Games’ own YouTube channel on August 4th.
The popular DOTA animated series is coming back for a third season, premiering on Netflix on August 11th.
Netflix also introduced a bunch of games coming to its service as part of user’s existing subscriptions. It plans to launch over 50 games before the end of 2022, including some from publisher Devolver. You can read up on what’s coming here.