As is customary for high-profile video games nowadays, Assassin’s Creed has branched off into other products, in this case the world of the funny books. Despite my pitiful amount of play-time with the series, I am still a huge fan, probably due to the general concept alone; as such it comes to me to give you the Major Spoilers look at the first few books after the jump.
Ubisoft continues to move the Assassin’s Creed movie closer to production, and this morning we learn that Ubisoft, New Regency, and Fox have signed their lead actor.
News broke yesterday that a big screen adaptation of the videogame franchise, Assassin’s Creed would be headed to the big screen, and it looks like Michael Fassbender is going to be involved in a number of different ways.
The very popular video game, Assassin’s Creed looks like it is finally getting the big screen treatment, thanks to a commitment from Sony. Variety reports the studio is getting close to nailing down a deal to adapt the game.
Ubisoft Motion Pictures, the film and television division of the French game publisher, has announced three features based on Assassin’s Creed, Splinter Cell, and Ghost Recon.
An epic action-adventure, “Assassin’s Creed” turns on the conflict between Templars and Assassins, two secret orgs with different ideologies who have influenced, according to the game, most major historical events.
An action drama in the vein of “The Bourne Identity,” “Splinter Cell” turns on an elite secret agent fighting world terrorism and struggling to protect his daughter.
“Ghost Recon,” a tech-driven war actioner set in the near future, follows a secret, elite team of soldiers fighting for world peace with cutting-edge military technology.
According to Variety, Ubisoft Motion Pictures will work with some of its 23 studios to get the films made.