Within the least stunning transfer ever, Netflix has greenlit its in style Squid Recreation: The Problem for a second season and is recruiting contestants proper now. The corporate additionally talked about it’s making a online game “within the Squid Recreation universe” — lacking a chance to coin the time period “Squidiverse.” Truly, I’m sorry I simply typed that.
Netflix didn’t supply any particulars concerning the online game besides to say that gamers will “compete with buddies in video games they’ll acknowledge from the collection.” We requested for extra particulars, however the firm didn’t reply by press time.
“There was no purple mild in our resolution to greenlight season two of Squid Recreation: The Problem,” mentioned Brandon Riegg, who heads up Netflix’s nonfiction reveals, in an announcement.
Like the primary season of The Problem, 456 folks will compete for $4.56 million over the course of the season, collaborating in challenges impressed by the Squid Recreation collection.
In the event you’re in Los Angeles, California, there’s an in-person six-game Squid Recreation problem pop-up opening tonight and operating “by way of the brand new yr.” It begins at $39 and likewise has a Squid Recreation-themed bar and Korean meals in addition to a Squid Mart so you should purchase swag.
Some contestants have been injured through the first season’s filming, although Netflix insisted on the time none of it was critical. A legislation agency representing two of the contestants mentioned it will be taking authorized motion on their behalf. The folks mentioned they suffered hypothermia and nerve harm within the chilly January filming situations.