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Majestic making its way to TV

EA's unusual conspiracy game may extend beyond e-mail, telephones, and fax machines to become a television show.


Last month Electronic Arts announced that it will work with the William Morris Agency, a talent and literary agency, to promote the creation of a TV show based on EA's upcoming conspiracy game, Majestic. GameSpot spoke with EA briefly to see how the TV show project was coming along. According to the company, William Morris will help put together a pitch for the show, and the project is still in the very early stages of the process. If the project is sold, it would then go into production and could become a TV show. At this time, EA envisions the show as a direct extension of the game, which sets players in the midst of a far-reaching conspiracy. The innovative game will contact players through e-mail, telephones, Web browsers, instant messages, and fax machines. The game's first season will feature nine episodes, and it will be a subscription-based service for $9.99 per month.

Majestic is scheduled to launch in mid-July. For more information, take a look at our previous coverage of the game.

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