'Mirror's Edge' TV present within the works from 'Huge Brother' studio

'Mirror's Edge' TV show in the works from 'Big Brother' studio

Mirror’s Edge, the cult-basic online game franchise from EA, is about to turn out to be a tv collection from the makers of Huge Brother, The Largest Loser and Hell on Wheels. Endemol Shine Studios acquired the TV rights to Mirror’s Edge and is working with EA to rework it right into a feminine-centric motion collection (very similar to the sport itself). Deadline initially reported the deal and EA confirmed its existence to Engadget.

“We’re excited to be working with Endemol Shine Studios to discover a possible Mirror’s Edge undertaking for tv,” an EA spokesperson stated.

The unique Mirror’s Edge hit the Xbox 360 and PlayStation three in 2008. It is a speedy-hearth first-individual recreation starring Religion, a freerunner, as she battles a dystopian authorities throughout a glossy, futuristic metropolis. It was heralded for progressive gameplay mechanics but criticized for not presenting a deep sufficient story to fulfill many sofa-sure freerunners. Its lengthy-awaited sequel, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, is because of land on Xbox One and PS4 on June seventh, and it guarantees to showcase a bigger storyline and larger metropolis to discover.

Endemol Shine Studios is the scripted division of Endemol Shine North America, which means any Mirror’s Edge TV present will not be a actuality collection (though, watching Religion freerun across the Huge Brother home can be infinitely amusing).

“We clearly see Mirror’s Edge as a franchise for the worldwide TV viewers,” Endemol Shine Studios president Sharon Corridor stated, based on Deadline. “It has a robust feminine protagonist, a wildly rabid fan base and a worldwide model that Digital Arts and EA DICE have executed a tremendous job establishing.”