Netflix is ​​the clear leader in video streaming. However, occupying this place is not easy, and keeping it even less so. Today, a multitude of services, each more competitive than the other, are on the heels of Netflix, whether it is Disney +, Amazon Prime Video, or even Apple TV +. To continue to stand out, Netflix has countless resources ranging from its neat interface, to significant content creation focused on local productions.

In addition, Netflix seems to be particularly interested in the video game industry. If the platform plans to add video games to its catalog in the future, it is content for the moment to adapt successful licenses into films or series. As was the case with The Witcher, Netflix today announced the arrival of two new series based on successful video games.

Netflix makes several announcements

The first will be on Far Cry, while the second will pick up the story of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell. As for the first series dedicated to Far Cry, it should actually be two animated series. One will take the theme of the very first Far Cry released in 2004, and the other called Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix should be inspired by Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon.

The Netflix series dedicated to Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell plans for its part to focus on the main character Samuel Leo Fisher aka Sam Fisher. A series whose writing has been entrusted to Derek Kolstad who has already lent himself to the exercise with the John Wick saga. For the moment, the streaming giant has not revealed more information, for example impossible to know a possible release date, or to know more about the castings of this content to come.

On the competition side, Disney +, HBO Max or Amazon Prime Video They also plan to draw inspiration from the gaming world to produce new series and films. Find all the announcements in a single summary updated regularly by us.

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