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A 'Horizon Zero Dawn' Series Is Headed To Netflix

A 'Horizon Zero Dawn' Series Is Headed To Netflix

According to a report, a Netflix adaptation of Horizon Zero Dawn is in the works, as well as God of War and Gran Turismo shows.

We sure have been seeing a lot of video games make their way to screen lately, haven’t we? Not that movie and TV adaptations of games haven’t always been a thing, but this year alone we’ve seen the release of both the Uncharted movie and Halo TV series (complete with sex scenes that absolutely no one asked for, or ever want to see again). That’s not to mention all the stuff we know is on the way, like HBO’s The Last of Us, and the Fallout series (which could apparently be set to start filming this summer).

Well, just in case you didn’t have enough entertainment to consume with your eyes, have I got news for you. According to a report from Press Start, Sony announced during a business briefing that there are currently 10 adaptation projects in the works based on their franchises, including a Horizon Zero Dawn series for Netflix.

Take a look at the trailer for Horizon Zero Dawn below.

That’s right - we’re apparently going to be seeing Aloy’s adventures transformed into a full show. No more details have been given about it, so we don’t know if it’ll be live action, animated, or even when we can expect to see anything of it, but it’s a really exciting prospect regardless. 

What of the other shows, then? Well one of the named series was God of War for Amazon Prime Video, which we’d already heard whispers of earlier this year. Back in March, insiders claimed that it was going to be developed by The Expanse creators Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby and The Wheel of Time executive showrunner Rafe Judkins. 

Otherwise, and slightly more bizarrely, there’s reportedly going to be a Gran Turismo show, and I can’t say I have any idea how that’s going to work. Gran Turismo isn’t exactly known for its engaging plot, after all. At this point, it’s not been announced where that one’s going to be available to watch, either. 

Even though out of all these, I’m personally most excited for Horizon Zero Dawn’s adaptation, I’d be lying if I said that I wasn’t curious to see how they pull Gran Turismo off.

Featured Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment, Netflix

Topics: Horizon Zero Dawn, Horizon Forbidden West, Netflix, TV And Film, Sony, PlayStation