Coming soon to the multiplayer side of Grand Theft Auto V, the Bikers update will allow players to recreate their Sons of Anarchy fantasies in real-time with up to seven fellow motorcycle enthusiasts.
In other words, you ride a chopper, light a smoke, hold a gun to someone's head and get beat in the face with a pipe. All in first person!
Unlike just about everyone in the series by now, that Sons of Anarchy video game concept will not die. Show creator Kurt Sutter is back at it again on Twitter, insisting "there will definitely be an SOA GAME."
Done right, the well regarded FX biker gang series Sons of Anarchy would seem to be a natural fit for a game adaptation. It's got guns, violence, antiheroes and a natural open-world setting. Doing it right, however, takes a lot of money and commitment. That is is why the series is getting "NO TRACTION" toward a video…
Back in February, word passed that Sons of Anarchy, the biker-gang television series broadcast on FX in the United States, was exploring a video-game deal. It quickly followed that the talks might concern something less than the full retail release hardcore video gamers expected. Like a bullshit free-to-play browser…
Kurt Sutter, creator of FX show Sons of Anarchy that centers on an outlaw motorcycle "club," tweeted on Friday of the possibility of a game spin-off. SOA and the fictional town of Charming are the perfect setting for an open world game, where gun trafficking and fist fights against rival MCs run rampant.