There are a couple of months before The Witcher series debuts on the Netflix platform (once a launching farm has not been announced), but the studio, Hivemind, has already approached another adaptation of a famous series of video games.
According to theverge.com, the studio will transform – along with Sony Pictures Television – Final Fantasy XIV into a TV series that wants to be “inspired directly from the world and characters of the 14th franchise game.” The MMO RPG (massively multiplayer online) will, therefore, place its story in the fantastic Eorzean kingdom, where it “will explore the battle between magic and technology on a mission to bring peace to millennia of conflict.” The series will include both new characters and familiar characters – including the protagonist of the game, Cid – says in a press release.
The Final Fantasy video game series was launched in 1987 by Square Enix. His creator is Hironobu Sakaguchi. With over 144 million copies sold worldwide, Final Fantasy has become one of the world’s best-selling video games series.
The TV platform on which the series will be available will be announced. It will actually be a second live action of Final Fantasy XIV. Netflix broadcast in 2017 a ministerial titled Final Fantasy XIV: Dad of Light, which blends scenes from the fantasy world with the real-life action of a broken family in which the son tries to bring his father closer through the game.