Sony is creating a movie adaptation of Crossfire, the mega-popular on-line shooter that boasts over 1 billion registered customers worldwide. The Crossfire film can be produced by Neal H. Moritz (Quick and Livid, Sonic the Hedgehog), with a screenplay from Chuck Hogan (13 Hours, The Pressure), in accordance with Variety. [widget path="global/article/imagegallery" parameters="albumSlug=every-video-game-movie-in-development-almost&captions=true"] Sony has partnered with Crossfire developer Smilegate for the movie adaptation. Tencent, the media conglomerate that revealed Crossfire in China, is co-producing and -financing. The businesses didn't launch particulars on plot or casting, nor did they announce a launch window presently. [ignvideo url="https://www.ign.com/videos/2019/11/15/crossfirex-brings-a-beloved-worldwide-franchise-to-a-new-audience-ign-live-x019"] The primary-ever console model of the first-person shooter, CrossfireX, is coming "first to Xbox One" in 2020. Treatment Leisure, the studio behind Management and Alan Wake, is aiding in improvement. In different Sony movie adaptation information, the corporate's Tom Holland-led Uncharted movie was recently pushed again from December 2020 to March 5, 2021. The delay got here shortly after the movie lost its sixth director in Bumblebee's Travis Knight. [poilib element="accentDivider"] Jordan is a contract author for IGN.