‘Narcos’ Now Has a Video Game, Check Out The First Look Here

Narcos Promo

The fourth season of this hit Netflix series Narcos is currently streaming, along with the drug-fueled series is currently moving to some new land: 1980s Mexico.

Here’s the official synopsis from Netflix:

Narcos: Mexico will explore the roots of the contemporary drug war simply by going back to its origins, starting at a period when the Mexican trafficking planet was a loose and cluttered confederation of independent farmers and traders.

Witness that the growth of this Guadalajara Cartel at the 1980s as Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) requires the helm, unifying traffickers so as to construct an empire.

When DEA representative Kiki Camarena (Michael Peña) moves his wife and young son from California into Guadalajara to carry to a new article, he quickly finds that his mission will be harder than he ever could have imagined.

As Kiki garners intellect on Félix and becomes even entangled in his assignment, a tragic series of events unfold, impacting the drug trade and the war against it for a long time to come.

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And in time to get your November 16 premiere, here is the first look at the upcoming video game adaptation, Narcos: Rise of this Cartels.

Created by British writer Curve Digital, in cooperation with Gaumont and programmer Kuju, the game enables players to choose the side to perform The DEA or the Medellin Cartel. 

Check from the clip below to get a glimpse in the match:

Narrated by Pablo Escobar himself, the sport describes itself as”a barbarous turn-based action plan game,” and opting to play since the cartel or DEA alters the results of the game.