Indivisible Is Being Adapted For TV By Inside Out Writer

The action game will be made into a TV show for NBC's Peacock service.

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Indivisible is getting a television adaptation. A report on Deadline states that the game, an action-RPG available on Switch, PS4, PC, and Xbox One, is in the works, and is likely to land on NBC's new streaming service Peacock.

The series is being adapted by Meg LeFauve and Jonathan Fernandez. LeFauve has been Oscar-nominated for her work on the screenplay for Pixar's Inside Out, and is also a credited writer on the Captain Marvel movie. The series will be produced by DJ2 Entertainment, which also worked on the Sonic the Hedgehog movie. Fernandez, meanwhile, worked on Star Trek Enterprise.

Few other details about the show have been revealed--although the report does not mention it, considering the game's cartoon aesthetic, it's hard to imagine the show not being an animated production.

Work is just beginning on this project, so we would not expect to see it for some time.

Indivisible received a 7/10 in GameSpot's review. Critic Michael Higham wrote that the game "stands out as an RPG that's doing something genuinely different, and it brings joy to its clever platforming with the tune of an infectious soundtrack."

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