It has been announced that Wind Sun Sky Entertainment is teaming up with Productivity Media to produce a series adaptation based on the popular Roblox game Creatures of Sonaria. Deadline broke the news on the 14th of February that due to the success of the HBO Max series The Last Of Us, an episodic series based on the Twin Atlas Roblox game Creatures of Sonaria will also be getting an episodic series adaptation with potential for future adaptations from the well-known video game.
Twin Atlas is known for developing many successful Roblox games, with Creatures of Sonaria being played by hundreds of millions of Roblox players since its original release. The game features countless creatures and allows gamers to explore a vast world, team up, and battle other online players in the form of said creatures.
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Roblox’s Series Adaptation Details
The series adaptation will be overseen by former LucasFilm exec Catherine Winder, who is now the CEO/EP of Wind Sun Sky Entertainment (WSS), and Jay Bennett who is the VP of Creative Franchise Strategy at WSS, along with Productivity Media financing.
It was confirmed that the Creatures of Sonaria series adaptation will explore and broaden the narrative universe that has been created by Twin Atlas, with Wind Sun Sky Entertainment also announcing that they are working on a series adaptation based on the Roblox game Twilight Daycare which has had over 1 billion visits by Roblox players. The CEO of Twin Atlas spoke out on the new series adaptation deal for Creatures of Sonaria.
“I am very excited to work with Catherine, Jay and the innovative team of storytellers at WSS to add narrative depth to our characters and in turn further engage and delight our fans in a whole new way.”Samuel Garcia via Deadline
Wind Sun Sky Entertainment’s Catherine Winder and Productivity Media’s William Santor added “As the partnership of PMI and WSS expands, we will continue to look for rich universes with cross platform, immersive potential, like Creatures of Sonaria, to partner up with and extend into the kind of gamified storyworlds that global audiences and fans are looking for in the metaverse.”.
No release date has been announced as of yet for either of the two game’s series adaptations, as both projects are still in early development.
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