If you watched the animated opening for Indivisible and thought, "Man, I'd like a whole show like this," you're in luck. According to Deadline, the project is being developed for NBCUniversal's Peacock streaming service. Inside Out writer Meg LeFauve and Rob the Mob writer Jonathan Fernandez are working on the adaptation.
The project is being produced by DJ2 Entertainment, the studio that's currently developing adaptations of Sleeping Dogs, Vampyr, Life is Strange, Ruiner, Disco Elysium, We Happy Few, and My Friend Pedro. That's a lot of show, but DJ2 Entertainment did gain some credibility by producing Sonic the Hedgehog, which is currently the #2 film worldwide thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. The report doesn't say whether Indivisible is being planned as an animated or live-action series, but I'd expect the former.
Indivisible came out last year from Lab Zero Games and stars Ajna, a strong-headed girl who gains the magical power to stuff people in her soul when her home is attacked. The animated opening for the game was done by Studio Trigger, the folks behind Promare, Little Witch Academia, Kill la Kill, SSSS.Gridman, and BNA: Brand New Animal. The studio is currently working on Cyberpunk Edgerunners, the upcoming anime tie-in to CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077.
Last year, we reviewed Indivisible and found a rough, but engaging, homage to Valkyrie Profile. Lab Zero Games updated the title with the Razmi's Challenges DLC back in May. The game also had a problem when publisher 505 Games launched the Switch port without letting the developer know it was coming. The port also had a few performance issues at launch.