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After a successful Dota animated series release, Netflix have announced that a new animated series is coming to the streaming service in the form of League of Legends Arcane later this Fall. Spotted via the Netflix Geeked twitter account, a short teaser trailer was released, featuring well-known characters such as Jinx and Vi. While no other details were given, fans of the LoL franchise should surely watch out for this. https://twitter.com/NetflixGeeked/status/1389218281706254336 Netflix has been all in on gaming IP recently, with a couple of upcoming shows like Resident Evil Infinite Darkness in the pipeline.

After a successful debut on Netflix, Valve has confirmed that Dota: Dragon’s Blood Book II is in the works. While no other information nor even a trailer was given, this is good news for fans of the series that were left with that cliffhanger from Book I. Season 1 of the anime revolved around main characters Mirana and Davion, with appearances from other familiar characters like Luna, Invoker, and Terrorblade. It would be interesting to see if new characters are added come season 2. https://twitter.com/DOTA2/status/1384129654823563264 In case you haven’t yet, now would be a good time to catch up on the first season of the show, which aired March 25. You may also hype yourself up with more action as the much-celebrated documentary from Valve entitled Free To Play is now available on Netflix. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-RKqGaNq-Y

Following its initial announcement back in February, Dota: Dragon’s Blood is set to premiere on March 25, Netflix has announced. An official trailer has been released, which you can see below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJJeGRCO1Zs It is also quite interesting to note that 4 new promotional materials were released with a hidden QR code broken up in each of the corners of the posters. Check out the posters below: Where does the QR Code lead to? Well, to an unlisted video of course, featuring none other than Terrorblade! https://youtu.be/48YGYWPZ8b4 Excited for Dota on Netflix? You can find out more about the show on the Netflix official website.

Following the recent reveals of Sonic and Tomb Raider, Netflix isn’t letting up as it is taking another video game property and will be creating a new anime series based on the popular DOTA 2 video-game franchise by Valve. Entitled Dota: Dragons Blood, it will be an 8 episode anime series that will premiere on March 25, and will tell of “the story of Davion, a renowned Dragon Knight devoted to wiping the scourge from the face of the world. Following encounters with a powerful, ancient eldwurm as well as the noble Princess Mirana on a secret mission of her own, Davion becomes embroiled in events much larger than he could have ever imagined.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zd7rC012SqU “Fans will love how we’ve imagined the DOTA 2 universe and woven together an epic, emotional, and adult-oriented story about some of their favorite characters,” said showrunner and executive producer Ashley Edward Miller. “The cinematic…

Our favorite hedgehog is set to make a comeback to our screens not as part as a new game, but rather in a new animated series on Netflix to celebrate its 30th anniversary. As announced by Netflix, Sonic Prime will be a new 24-episode animated adventure from WildBrain Studios and Man of Action Entertainment, responsible for titles such as Big Hero 6 and Ben 10. https://twitter.com/NXOnNetflix/status/1356240896870797315 Netflix has been ramping up work on a number of video game related releases, including Tomb Raider, Resident Evil, and Assassin’s Creed. There isn’t much in the way of actual details for Sonic Prime except that it will be launching in 2022.

Following their recent announcements about Resident Evil and Assassin’s Creed, Netflix is taking more gaming IP’s under its wing with its latest announcement, which is a Tomb Raider animated series from Legendary. Tomb Raider will be a new series and will follow after the events of the reboot trilogy (Tomb Raider, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider), so it would be interesting to see how Netflix will continue with the franchise. https://twitter.com/NXOnNetflix/status/1354461071067627520 The animated series will be written by Tasha Huo, who is also working on the recently announced spinoff, The Witcher: Blood Orange. No release date have been given as of writing, so we’ll just have to wait for further announcements from Netflix.

Paul W. S. Anderson’s Resident Evil film series may be over, but the famous survival horror franchise isn’t done just yet. Raccoon City survivors Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield just can’t catch a break as they’re gearing up once again for another entry into the world of survival horror. Revealed back in September, what we know so far is that the upcoming CG series by Netflix will bring both fan favorites back together. That’s was about it, leaving fans to wonder even more. Well now we know a bit more about it now as Netflix has just released some new screenshots showing our zombie slayers and they’re looking pretty damn good. https://twitter.com/NXOnNetflix/status/1320899261370822658 What’s even more exciting is that statement saying that the series will be part of the game’s official canon storyline. As to where Infinite Darkness will fit into the official timeline is anyone’s guess, but it is…

After news of Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness and the live action Resident Evil series, Netflix have set their sights on the highly popular property from Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed. Netflix made the announcement on social media, saying that Ubisoft’s Jason Altman and Danielle Kreinik will serve as Executive Producers for the upcoming series, but at the moment, it is still looking for a showrunner. Based on the the music upon playing the short teaser video, doesn’t it sound like something from the Ezio trilogy? Check it out below: https://twitter.com/NXOnNetflix/status/1321081578697621508 Netflix original series VP Peter Friedlander had this to say about the upcoming project: “We’re excited to partner with Ubisoft and bring to life the rich, multilayered storytelling that Assassin’s Creed is beloved for. From its breathtaking historical worlds and massive global appeal as one of the best selling video game franchises of all time, we are committed to carefully crafting epic…

Update: Netflix has officially confirmed and announced the project and will be based on the stories of Leon and Claire. Hiroyuki Kobayashi from Capcom will be executive producer and will be animated by Quebico, the animation studio who worked on Resident Evil: Vendetta. https://twitter.com/NXOnNetflix/status/1310217630545072128 —————————————————————————————————————————— Original: A new Resident Evil CG movie will be streaming on Netflix in 2021 if a now deleted Tweet is to be believed. As posted by Netflix Portugal, you can view the teaser trailer of the CG movie called Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness below: No other details were given but coming from the trailer, it looks like Leon and Claire are reuniting for another zombie-filled adventure. Take note that this is different from the previously announced live action series, which will revolve around the Wesker siblings.

Netflix has announced that a Resident Evil live action series will be making its way to the streaming service. Along with the announcement, an image of the script that reads “Welcome to New Raccoon City” can be seen. https://twitter.com/NXOnNetflix/status/1298949632379121665 The upcoming series will consist of 8 1-hour episodes and will be written by Andrew Dabb of Supernatural and the first two episodes will be directed by Bronwen Hughes of The Walking Dead. According to IGN, the upcoming series will tell an original story, with the brief synopsis as follows: “In the first timeline, fourteen-year-old sisters Jade and Billie Wesker are moved to New Raccoon City. A manufactured, corporate town, forced on them right as adolescence is in full swing. But the more time they spend there, the more they come to realize that the town is more than it seems and their father may be concealing dark secrets. Secrets that…

Following the initial announcement, a debut trailer for the Netflix anime adaptation of Dragon’s Dogma is now available, which you can view below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MASNtyXYZI8 Dragon’s Dogma is the 2012 open world action game from Capcom and has sold 5.3 million copies around the world as of 30 June, 2020. A story overview from an official press release reads as follows: After more than 100 years, the dragon suddenly appeared and consumed the village.Ethan confronts the dragon to protect his beloved family, but his heart was taken by the dragon. Ethan, who seemed to have died, revives as the “Arisen” and embarks on a journey to regain his heart with Hannah, the Pawn who suddenly appeared in front of Ethan.While continuing the journey, Ethan will battle with monsters that embody the seven deadly sins, but each time he defeats the monster, he himself will also gradually lose his humanity… The upcoming…

If you’re looking for your next binge watch on Netflix after Yu Yu Hakusho or that K-Drama your significant other wants, you could look into High Score, a nostalgia trip through what’s called as the ‘golden era’ of video games. Check out the preview trailer below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoqJkSH-z0A Not to be mistaken for Hi-Score Girl, High Score is a 6 episode limited series described as “a documentary series about the golden age of video games, when legends – from Pac-Man to Doom – were brought to life. Through ingenuity and sheer force of will, computer pioneers and visionary artists from around the globe spawned the iconic worlds of Space Invaders, Final Fantasy, Street Fighter II, Mortal Kombat, Sonic the Hedgehog, MADDEN NFL, and beyond. Without rules or roadmaps, players and innovators alike pushed the limits of money to be made, rivals to be crushed, and hearts to be won. This is…