The Biggest FPS In The World Is Becoming A Movie


The vastly standard first-person shooter CrossFire is turning into a film. Variety experiences that Sony Pictures has landed the rights to make a film based mostly on Smilegate’s shooter, which by some accounts and definitions is the world’s hottest FPS.

Fast & Furious producer Neal Moritz is producing the film, which is written by Chuck Hogan. Hogan wrote the Benghazi film 13 Hours. He additionally wrote the e book Prince of Thieves, which Ben Affleck tailored into the Oscar-nominated film The Town.

Tencent Pictures, the film arm of the Chinese web big that owns shares in quite a few online game builders, is co-financing and co-producing the film. The movie was really announced back in 2015, however as is usually the case in Hollywood, issues can transfer slowly.

CrossFire launched in 2007 and has turn into an immensely standard recreation thanks partly to its development in Asia. Smilegate experiences that CrossFire has greater than 650 million registered users and has reached 8 million peak concurrent players, which makes it the most important recreation on the earth.

There is not any phrase on the plot, the forged, or a director for the CrossFire film, whereas it is also unknown if the film will likely be launched internationally or solely in Asia the place the sport is extra standard. Keep checking again with GameSpot for the newest.

A new model of CrossFire referred to as CrossFire X is coming to Xbox One, whereas Alan Wake developer is engaged on the single-player campaign for multiple new CrossFire games.

CrossFire is just not the one FPS that’s being spun right into a film. Activision’s new film division has introduced plans to make a number of Call of Duty films, one of which will be written by Black Panther’s writer.