Mythic Quest is a television series that shows us that the real battles and adventures are not lived within a video game: but in the development studio itself. Created by Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day Y Megan Ganz, the story introduces us to a group of developers who have managed to create the most popular MMO in the world. But their missions won’t end there. Produced by 3 Arts Entertainment, Lionsgate Television y Ubisoft, can be enjoyed in the catalog of Apple TV+ Espaa. We already know that season 2 will debut on May 7th in the service and, as a preview, from Ubisoft they have presented their primer teaser:
Mythic Quest: Season 2 Coming May 7 to Apple TV +
Betting on formulas that inevitably make us think of series like The Office, in Mythic Quest we discovered in mood key what happens inside a video game studio when it comes to putting the development of the most popular game of the moment on its feet. Tensions rise in the team, and our protagonists they will have to put aside their differences and discrepancies… for the good of the game and its players.
Since its premiere on February 7 on Apple’s streaming service, the series has enjoyed both the warmth of the critics and the applause of the viewers: in Rotten Tomatoes has a score of 94% from the specialized media, while viewers have given him a negligible 85%. “While it relies too much on the comedy formula in the workplace, Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet It is, however, fun and noted for exploring the gaming industry with intelligence, consideration and sincerity“, you can read in the consensus of the critic.
“He excels at exploring the gaming industry with intelligence, thoughtfulness and sincerity.”
Rob McElhenney, Elisha Henig, Caitlin McGee, Reyn Doi y F. Murray Abraham are some of the names we find in the cast. In the synopsis, on the other hand, we can read the following: “A group of developers has created one of the most popular video games of the moment. But in a job where worlds are built and heroes and legends are created, the most important battles are not fought in the game, but in the office“.