Sons of Anarchy, the outlaw motorcycle club soap opera that ends tomorrow night, will continue its ride in early 2015 with Sons of Anarchy: The Prospect, described as "an interactive, episode-based game" for mobile devices.
The announcement said Sons of Anarchy: The Prospect would involve a new location and a previously unknown chapter of the motorcycle club. It promised fans would "experience the treachery, graphic action, intrigue and life-and-death decision-making they have come to anticipate from the show."
Canada-based Orpheus is developing the game along with Silverback Games. Orpheus acquired the rights to make a Sons of Anarchy video game back in 2013.
Previously, series creator Kurt Sutter had said the game would be a "very high-end tablet game."
Sons of Anarchy premiered in 2008 on FX; it chronicles the activities, frequently deadly and violent, of the original chapter of a motorcycle club in fictitious Charming, Calif.