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New ‘Ghostbusters’ movies and comic series in the works

If you like ‘Ghosbusters,’ then the next few years will have plenty of media properties for you to enjoy.

Following this week’s news about an upcoming Netflix animated series, Ghostbusters fans got even more reasons to celebrate during Ecto-Fest. First up was the announcement that there will be a new canonical Ghostbusters series from Dark Horse in 2023.

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No creative team has been announced yet, although Jason Reitman Gil Kenan will help develop the story. According to George Martson at Games Radar, the series will take place between Ghostbusters: Afterlife and its upcoming sequel.

Speaking of that film, it currently has the codename “Firehouse,” which appears to point to the Spengler family heading to New York.

There’s also a new Ghostbusters animated feature in development. The movie will be directed by Jennifer Kluska and Chris Prynoski and feature all-new characters.

No release date for the Ghostbusters VR game was announced, but we now know it will be available for both the Meta Quest 2 and PlayStation VR2.

Finally, a new VR game/experience will be showing up in entertainment establishments that utilize Hologate gaming systems. Ghostbusters VR Academy will allow players to pilot a flying prototype of the ECTO-1. As someone who’s lucky enough to live near a minigolf place with Hologate games, I’ll definitely be stopping by to overpay for this.


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