The World of Darkness, the famous universe of enchanters, vampires and werewolves, will fall on large and small screens. Paradox Interactive, which owns the rights to the World of Darkness franchise, has reached an agreement with production company Hivemind, known for working on the TV series “Space” and prequel and anime spinoff “The Witcher” . To work on upcoming feature films and TV series based on World of Darkness was joined by Eric Heisserer, screenwriter of the films “Nightmare on Elm Street”, “Destination 5, “Something”, “Arrival” and others.
Together with him works his wife, screenwriter of the series “Once Upon a Time in a Tale” and “Castle” Christine Boylan. So far no certain projects have been announced.
But screenwriters have already noted how comprehensive and diverse the universe of the World of Darkness is, because it will have room for characters of any gender, race, creed and sexual Preference. Universe World of Darkness appeared in 1991 along with the board game Vampire: The Masquerade.
It is heavily used in video games, comic books, board and card games, novels, and virtual reality. More on CCeit War Mongrels goes on PC in September Half of buyers from Europe: GOG told about the results of 2020 in the figures “Troll Hunters: Rise of the Titans” Guillermo del Toro to be released in July.