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Introducing the Unveiling of Devil May Cry and Tomb Raider on Netflix: A Delight for the Gaming Enthusiasts

Netflix has unveiled new anime adaptations of popular games, including Devil May Cry and Tomb Raider. The Devil May Cry anime, which has been rumored since 2018, is a collaboration between filmmaker Adi Shankar, known for creating the Castlevania series, and Studio Mir from South Korea, known for their work on The Legend of Korra, Dota: Dragon’s Blood, and Skull Island. However, no release date has been announced for this project yet.

As for Tomb Raider: The Legend of Lara Croft, the anime version was announced in 2021, and a first trailer has been released. The tentative release date is set for 2024.

In addition to these two projects, Netflix has also teased snippets of other anime series in the works. These include Castlevania: Nocturne, a spin-off of the Castlevania series, Masters of the Universe: Revolution, a new chapter in the He-Man saga, Blue Eye Samurai, a new project from the screenwriter of Blade Runner 2049, and Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix, a standalone story set in Ubisoft’s Blood Dragon universe.

TLDR: Netflix is set to release anime adaptations of popular games, such as Devil May Cry and Tomb Raider. The Devil May Cry anime is a collaboration between Adi Shankar and Studio Mir, while the Tomb Raider anime is scheduled for release in 2024. Netflix has also teased other anime projects, including Castlevania: Nocturne, Masters of the Universe: Revolution, Blue Eye Samurai, and Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix.

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