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RPG Indivisible is the next game slated to be adapted for TV

The show will reportedly debut on NBC's Peacock streaming platform.

Action-RPG Indivisible is the latest game getting a TV adaptation.

As reported by Deadline. (thanks, GameRant), Inside Out's Meg LeFauve and Rob The Mob's Jonathan Fernandez have signed up as executive producers and writers to bring the game to TV.

DJ2 Entertainment - which "specialises in video game to television" projects, perhaps most notably the divisive Sonic the Hedgehog movie - will be producing alongside Legendary Television.

While a release window has not yet been outlined, its thought the show will debut on NBC Universal's streaming service, Peacock.

Indivisible is the latest title from Lab Zero Games, the studio behind well-regarded fighter Skullgirls, and tells the story of Ajna, a "fearless girl with a rebellious streak" with the power to absorb and manifest as other characters, all with their own distinct personalities and abilities. Inevitably, it's a power that proves invaluable as Anya's combat-rich adventure progresses.

In related news, when Indivisible made its sudden eShop appearance back in April, Lab Zero Games' Mike Zaimont - who served as project lead and lead designer on the title - took to Twitter, writing, "Feel like you missed the announcement? You're not alone, our team found out because people on Twitter sent us congratulations! I had no idea! But there it is!".

As Matt reported at the time, although Zaimont applauded the quality of the Switch version, specifically calling out the porting team's "seriously excellent work", he shared his disappointment at a series of failures with the release - including the lack of a launch date announcement from 505 (and indeed "no lead-up PR at all"), the wrong eShop art being used, and the fact the port was based on a build missing a range of recently added features, including couch co-op and a New Game Plus mode.

Don't forget, Indivisible is also available on Xbox Game Pass, too.

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