Dead Cells the Animated Series Will Air in 2024; First Trailer Now Available


The video game Dead Cells will soon have an accompanying animated series. How cool! The news was just revealed by the game’s developer, Motion Twin. It is claimed that the new animated series would perfectly mirror the storyline of the video game, which takes place on a “cursed island” inhabited by “monstrous creatures” and featuring some of the craziest “prophecies depicting a flame-headed hero.” Are you excited about such news?

We’ve compiled a guide on Dead Cells’s animation development, including the plot and characters. Here’s what you need to know!

The show is being developed by the French animation company Bobbypills, and the French anime distribution service Animation Digital Network is working with them as a co-producer. Since Bobbypills is famous for the game’s animation trailers as well as the game’s various DLCs, we anticipate a terrific series from them.

The initial run of the Dead Cells animated series will consist of 10 episodes, with each one running for around seven to ten minutes, which is quite reasonable. It will initially only be available in France, but following the first debut, we should also see it across other regions. Quite impressive, isn’t it?!

Do you think the Dead Cells series will be a hit or miss? What would you like to see?

Make sure you check out the first trailer of Dead Cells below:

The game’s developer, Motion Twin, has assured fans that the upcoming animated series won’t stop the attention for the Dead Cells game. As a matter of fact, did you know that a staggering 10 million copies of Dead Cells were sold over the course of its lifetime?

Currently, Dead Cells is available on every gaming platform, including PCs, mobile devices, and, of course, consoles. Stay tuned for more cool news about Dead Cells being turned into an animated series and more!

Georgia Nica
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