Game adaptations for the big screen have recently taken off. Currently, Sony Pictures Entertainment is working on ten adaptations. One of the first was shown in theaters earlier this year. So, in the film adaptation of Uncharted, Tom Holland abandoned his webs in search of treasure. If you purchased the Legacy of Thieves upgrade, you may have been eligible to see the film for free. The Last of Us is set to premiere on HBO, but we’ve seen very little of it so far. More information about the rumored remake of the original game has emerged.
Jin Sakai’s narrative has also been adapted into a film. Yes, Ghost of Tsushima is coming to the big screen as the writer has just been revealed. Sony also appears to have more in store. Not one, not two, but three Sony screen adaptations are in development. Two of these are obvious, but one is a bit of a shock. Nonetheless, things are taking place.
What Screen Adaptations Are Coming From Sony Pictures Entertainment
The news regarding a Q&A in a Sony Business Briefing was covered by Press Start Australia. Sony Pictures Entertainment announced the upcoming adaptations at this event. As a result, we have three television versions. God of War is the first, and it will be available on Amazon Prime. Kratos will be shown on a small screen. Aloy will be seen on Netflix in the TV adaptation of Horizon Zero Dawn.
The surprise addition, which has no network connection, is Gran Turismo. Not the first Sony IP you would except a TV adaptation for, but it seems it’s coming. As well as all the above mentioned we have Twisted Metal on the way as part of these ten adaptations.