We've known for a while now that Netflix is looking to expand its roster of video game adaptations, both in the form of films and TV series. After tackling the likes of Resident Evil and Castlevania, Netflix will now be trying its hand at a BioShock adaptation.
In partnership with 2K Games and its parent company, Take-Two Interactive, Netflix has announced plans to produce a film adaptation of BioShock:
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Netflix + BioShock. Would you kindly stay tuned? pic.twitter.com/Ke1oJQileX
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The announcement does not specify if this will be live-action or animated. It also doesn't clarify if we can expect a reworking of the game's story, or an original plot based in the BioShock universe.
The announcement is still thin on details, so we also don't know when to expect a trailer, cast details or a release date. However, it is worth noting that this is not the first attempt at making a BioShock film, with several previous attempts having been scrapped at Universal Pictures.
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KitGuru Says: BioShock is brimming with interesting lore and ideas that I do think it is a shame that we'll be getting a film over a more expansive TV series. What do you all think about the BioShock movie finally happening after all these years?