Crytek’s monster-infused multiplayer shooter Hunt: Showdown is getting a live-action TV adaptation thanks to Binge, a new streaming platform launching in 2022.

Crytek announced the new series in a. at Blog Wednesday. Crytek co-founder and CEO Avni Yerli, co-founder Faruk Yerli and CryEngine director Pascal Tonecker will act as executive producers alongside the producers of Binge.

Binge is touted as a new streaming platform that focuses on original shows based on popular video games and content creators. Binge plans to launch as a subscription-free service on PC, TV, cell phones and consoles. Users can earn “Bytz” for watching content, but it is unclear how you will be spending it.

For strangers Hunt: showdown was released in 2018 and puts you against other monster hunters (the dark, bloody kind and not) the kind who hang out with cats dressed like Sonic) in late 19th century Louisiana Bayou.

You will seek races to collect clues on where to find boss monsters like the scary looking spider, the cruel butcher or the insect filled assassin. Players not only fight with other hunters who want to steal their prey, but also with various undead enemies such as zombies and hellhounds.

Any video game adaptation that comes to Netflix

Binge also develops a Live action series based on System Shock and the driver range. For more video game adaptations currently in the works, check out the slideshow above or our interview with Adi Shankar, who is developing several animated adaptations, including a Devil May Cry series.

Joseph Knoop is a writer / producer / creepy monstrosity for IGN.

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