The Wheel of Time franchise, which debuted on November 19, was apparently a hit for Amazon Prime. That’s why, meeting According to reports, Amazon Studios is doubling the customizations – including a potential Mass effect Television broadcast. “Amazon Studios is close to a deal to develop a series based on Electronic Arts’ best-selling sci-fi video game franchise,” as Deadline puts it.
Jennifer Salke, director of Amazon Studios, said the prequel series “Lord of the Rings,” which debuts on Amazon Prime next September (which confusingly cannot be linked to The Silmarillion, the prequel “Lord of the Rings”), said ) Part of the same obligation is adjustments. “We know our global audiences are hungry for upscale fantasy and shows based on beloved IP,” she said.
“You will see that we continue to invest in fantasy genres of all kinds, we have a genre-focused team on site in the studios working tirelessly with our creative partners on these slates, and you can look forward to more,” said Salke.
Mass Effect would likely be more suited to an ongoing series than a movie adaptation, like the one that was planned and then abandoned after Legendary Pictures acquired the rights in 2010 why the film was never madeSaid Mac Walters of BioWare, “If you want to tell a story as elaborated as ‘Mass Effect’, television is the way to go. It naturally goes well with episodic content.”
The games have a lot of Star Trek and Babylon 5 in their DNA, and Walters said that writing Mass Effect was very similar to writing television. “When we make a ‘Mass Effect’ game we have a backbone or an overall story that we want to tell, but each level or mission is like its own TV episode,” he said. “It is not written in advance. It will be written at the time we get to it. So it gets added to the main story and sometimes the main story is adjusted because we did something really cool in that ‘episode’. “