Kate Netflix Game Release Date Surprisingly Announced

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Kate Netflix Game Release Date Surprisingly Announced

September 24, 2021

By: Robert N. Adams

 
 

Surprise! A Kate Netflix game has been announced by Netflix Geeked and its developer Ludic Studios -- you'll be able to play Kate: Collateral Damage next month.

Netflix is no stranger to the gaming world. Aside from the highly popular show based on The Witcher (which is getting a second season), the video streaming service has also announced that an Assassin's Creed Netflix series is in development.

The adaptations are going in the other direction, too. The company announced its intention to expand into gaming earlier this year and we've already seen the first steps on that front with the announcement of Kingdom game. Now, one of its newest original movies Kate is getting the same treatment with Kate: Collateral Damage -- check out the trailer for Kate to get an idea of the movie that inspired this upcoming game.

Kate: Collateral Damage Turns Netflix Hit Into a Time-Attack Roguelike

The Kate Netflix game -- titled Kate: Collateral Damage -- smartly adapts the plot of the film into gameplay. Kate has been poisoned and has less than 24 hours to live, and that means you're on the clock in the game, too.

 
 

A time bar at the top of the screen counts down how much longer you have to live. It's not a firm limit, though; you can extend this timer by killing enemies on the screen. Most enemies can go down in only one or two hits, but the same rules apply to Kate -- you'll have to use speed, agility, and guile to survive your quest for revenge.

When is the Kate Netflix Game Release Date?

The Kate Netflix Game release date is October 22, 2021. A price has not been announced.

Kate looks like a damn good choice for adapting into a video game. For now, you can add Kate: Collateral Damage to your wishlist on Steam, and don't forget to check out the developer's website. If you haven't checked out the movie behind this upcoming game, you can watch Kate on Netflix right now.

What did you think of Kate? What other Netflix movies and shows do you think would make a good game? Let us know in the comments below!

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!

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