Ubisoft is converting some of its biggest franchises into TV shows for kids of various ages. Although we’re intrigued by what Ubisoft has in the works, here are some other franchises we’d love to see given the same treatment.
Ubisoft has announced a number of planned TV shows based on its video game franchises, such as Watch Dogs, Far Cry and even the mobile game, Hungry Shark.
The company is also producing TV shows for Assassin’s Creed, Child of Light, Skull & Bones and Mythic Quest.
Gods & Monsters
The game seems to take some inspiration from Breath of the Wild, both in terms of its cel-shaded art style and in its promise for freedom of exploration.
Gods & Monsters’ setting within Greek mythology sees the player character fight off mythological creatures to save the Greek gods, which could lend itself quite well to a young adult fantasy adventure show.
Somewhat like the structure of Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender, the show would see a small group of young adults venture across these strange lands, honing their skills and growing closer as they progress.
Cel-shading is a common practice within TV shows with 3D animation, as it’s relatively inexpensive and can still look beautiful. A Gods & Monsters TV show could use virtually the same art style as the game and still look great.