Sons of Anarchy creator in talks with a “major gaming company” on game adaption

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 25 February 2012 18:19 GMT

Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter has taken to Twitter to announced he is in discussions with “a major gaming company” regarding a possible video game adaption of his FX drama following the lives of a motorcycle gang.

“Soon to be taking meetings about an SOA game,” read a tweet from Sutter. “Have a major gaming company interested. Trying to figure out costs, platform and timing.

“To do a quality platform-based game costs tens of millions and takes years. We’re toying with the idea of a high-end browser-based game.”

In other words, a causal, play-when-you-want experience.

Thanks, G4.

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