Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon's creative director Dean Evans is in discussions to create a sequel for the standalone title, actor Michael Biehn revealed in an interview with Major Nelson.
"Dean called me last night, he was pretty jacked up," said Biehn, who is the voice of the game's protagonist Sergeant Rex 'Power' Colt. "He was going into a meeting today to, you know, I think he wants to turn it into some sort of franchise. He's got a sequel in mind."
Biehn also mentioned Evans' desire to create movies.
"He has so many ideas coming out of his head that he can hardly contain them," Biehn said. "He can be talking about the video game, the sequel, the sequel to that, and immediately move into movies — and start talking about movies he wants to do and different timelines on the movie he wants to do."
Evans commented on the news, tweeting: "I've also spoken to people about my lust to remake Technocop... Doesn't mean it's gonna happen."
A Ubisoft spokesperson was unable to comment on the discussions and the possibility of a Blood Dragon sequel.
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon launched last week for Xbox Live, PlayStation Network and Windows PC. For more information about Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, be sure to check out our review and our interview with Evans where he discusses the game's conception.