Assassin's Creed Officially Adapted Into Anime!

Netflix is ​​known for its original series which adapted famous franchises into live-action films and series. Some of their projects were successful, and some of their work could be described as a failure. This time, Netflix is ​​adapting Assassin's Creed into an Anime Series. Netflix plans to follow up on the success of other game-based series such as The Witcher.Netflix + Assassin's Creed - NX (@NXOnNetflix) October 27, 2020 Assassin's Creed is Ubisoft's long-term project featuring an open world expedition from the historical map . The first installment for the game was released in 2007. The story and franchise for Assassin's Creed has grown considerably since then. There are more than 10 games with the same name, and each of them has a unique storyline of fictional and real-life characters. This game is known for its dramatic and unique gameplay, and the story of each game is very attractive to players. Netflix's success in Live Action games comes with The Witcher. This Assassin's Creed is another experiment in the live-action lineup from Netflix. They still haven't found a showrunner for the anime, and it will take some time before production begins. Therefore, the show will take at least two years to premiere. Most of the current productions are back on track after a long hiatus and it's here from Netflix. They definitely have a lot of anime planned for the years to come. The Hollywood movie Assassin's Creed that premiered in 2016, which was a huge failure because nobody liked it. That same year, an animated series was being made, and now Netflix has announced that it will take over control of the franchise. Ubisoft will develop the series for Netflix with Jason Altman and Danielle Kreinik as executive producers. Assassin's Creed features a fight between Assassins and Templars. The high-tech world of this game makes use of the memory of distant relatives of popular characters, and the player is immersed in the past, and the whole experience is played out. The theory is that humans retain the memories of their ancestors, and they can be seen using modern game technology. In this way, battles take place in today's world while also exploring the old world story. There is no further information for this Assassin's Creed project yet. Rio Crisel Akay A man who has a hobby of ngewibu and idolizing Japanese events (Instagram @crisel_kun)