Netflix is interested in the world of video games. In addition to preparing for the arrival of games on his service, he has also released titles based on his original films and series. In fact, they recently confirmed that they will be releasing a game based on Kate, their movie starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Netflix announced, via social networks, that it is working on Kate: Collective damage. This is an isometric camera action game where Kate has 24 hours to live and her plan is to use it to take revenge on the Yakuza, a Japanese criminal organization. Reason? One of her leaders poisoned her and she did not intend to allow him to do so without paying.
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It is worth noting that Kate: Collective damage Developed by Ludic Studios. This is a Brazilian studio best known for its work on Akane, an arcade-style slicing game that has fallen in love with a lot of gamers since its launch in late 2018.
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The clock is ticking, you have 24 hours and you are just thinking about revenge. 🔥 KATE: Collective Damage will be available on Steam on October 22nd. pic.twitter.com/8HHGqty3GS
– Netflix Geeked (NetflixGeeked) September 24, 2021
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Kate: Collective damage Coming to Steam on October 22nd. At the moment, it is not known how much it will cost or if there are plans to release it on other platforms.
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