John Wick Hex Video Explains How the Action from the Films Was Translated to the Game

John Wick Hex Video Explains How the Action from the Films Was Translated to the Game

Mike Bithell has released a new featurette explaining how some of the action from the John Wick movies was translated for the game.

A few months back, Lionsgate Games announced that they had partnered with Mike Bithell and his team to bring the world of John Wick to video game platforms in the form of John Wick Hex. Now, Bithell has released a brand new video dedicated to explaining how they were able to translate the action and fighting from the films to the strategy game.

The nearly seven-minute video shows Mike Bithell practicing some moves with 87eleven, the stunt team behind the actual John Wick films while explaining some of the aspects that were important to translate to the game. Of course, I won’t spoil anything that Bithell has to say in the video, but it’s an interesting video nonetheless and well worth the watch. If you want to do just that, you can find it at the end of the article.

Beyond the initial announcement back in May, fans haven’t heard much about the game, so this video is nice to hold them over. At E3 2019, members of the press got a chance to go hands-on with the game, where it received multiple awards. I got a chance to get my hands on it and, personally, it blew me away. So much so, that DualShockers ended up giving it our Best Strategy Game award during the show.

John Wick Hex is set to be released…sometime in the near future and will be available on PC and…other platforms. Seriously, we don’t know a ton about when the game it will release or what platforms it’ll be available on. Hopefully, it doesn’t take too long.