French online game firm Ubisoft is persevering with its foray into animated tv with a number of new shows, together with a tamed Watch Dogs story and a franchise constructed round Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.

The Watch Dogs sequence is described as a toned-down model of Ubisoft’s well-liked recreation franchise about hackers. The sequence is geared toward tweens, based on The Hollywood Reporter. It’s unclear the place the present will happen, however the Watch Dogs gaming franchise has introduced gamers to Chicago, San Francisco, and London. Concept artwork for the present shows a center school-aged lady with a cybernetic model of herself mirrored on the ground beneath.

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Ubisoft’s different attention-grabbing sequence within the pipeline is Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Vibe. Castlevania producer Adi Shankar will oversee the mission, which is primarily based on Blood Dragon. As with Watch Dogs, Ubisoft hasn’t made a lot info accessible but, however idea artwork for the sequence showcases a neon-lined, 1980s-inspired aesthetic that stays true to the sport’s vibe.

“Adi is such a great fan of video games. We share the same culture and references,” Ubisoft movie and tv managing director Helene Juguet informed the Reporter. “It’s been great to give him the freedom to do something very fresh and bold with our characters.”

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Ubisoft has just a few different sequence in growth, together with an animated sketch comedy that appears at online game tradition. The firm is additionally engaged on a Mars-set Rabbids Invasion particular, which arrives after the corporate’s Rabbids Invasion present airs its fourth season. Plus, Ubisoft is creating an adventure-comedy “impressed by the favored Rayman franchise and Hungry Shark Squad, primarily based on the cellular recreation Hungry Shark,” based on the Reporter.

It’s unclear when these shows are anticipated to reach or on which community / streaming service they’ll air.

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