Uncharted will make its streaming debut on Netflix on July 15. According to What’s On Netflix, the film adaptation of the popular series will debut in the United Stated first, with other regions to follow.
The release is part of a deal that will also see the heavily-memed Morbius and the more respectable Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 hit the service. Netflix is expected to carry Uncharted for 18 months before it departs for one of Disney’s services, likely Hulu.
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Uncharted released in February and has proven to be a hit, grossing more than $400 million at the box office. Successful as it was, though, reception was mixed, with IGN’s own review describing it as a “safe but serviceable sampling of a new globe-spanning adventure.”
Uncharted stars Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg as Nathan Drake and Victor “Sully” Sullivan. It’s an adaptation of Naughty Dog’s popular series on PlayStation, which has helped to define third-person action-adventure games for more than a decade.
While Uncharted heads to streaming, Sony is working on more live-action adaptations of its various properties, including Ghost of Tsushima and Gran Turismo. Meanwhile, Netflix recently hosted Geeked Week, with plenty of announcements of its own.
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