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One month after the release of “Battlefield 3” downloadable content “armoured Kill,” Fox announced plans turn one of the games from the popular EA franchise into a television show. According to Deadline, the hour-long live-action show will be based on 2008’s “Battlefield: Bad Company” following the types of guys you would never expect to fall behind enemy lines.
Every character in the game is sent to join the “B” Company of the 222nd due to bad behaviour from uploading a virus onto a military network to taking a joy ride in a helicopter.
“Alias” executive producer and writer John Eisendrath, Sony TV, and Happy Madison are on board for the project.
This isn’t the first video game to come to the small screen. October 5, “Halo” launched its own live-action series “Forward Unto Dawn” following its title character Master Chief on Machinima. Weekly installments lead up to the Nov. 6 release of the game.
To get a better sense of the game, watch its trailer below:
And, this is a look at one of the characters from the game, Private George Gordon Haggard, Jr.:
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