‘Sons of Anarchy’ Creator Kurt Sutter Raving the SOA Game: ‘It’s pretty f**king awesome.’

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By Riza Ornos | February 12, 2014 6:11 PM EST

"Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter recently confirmed that "Sons of Anarchy" game is definitely in production. Sutter confirmed it through his Twitter account saying, "I cannot give you anymore details, but I will tell you that there will definitely be an SOA game, and it's pretty f**king awesome."

Fans of the hit TV series are having a field day after the announcement as they can get pretty close on how to be a member of SAMCRO. Sutter also clarifies that the SOA game on production is not a board game. "1st person, action adventure. HD graphics. It represents the evolution of gaming. I'm hard just typing this." says Sutter who plays Otto in the MC series.

The game's platform and other information are yet to be released. This is not the first time that Sutter attempted to have an SOA game, back in Nov. 2012 he announced that the game he is working on was "dead." So this unclear if this current game is the same game he is talking about back in 2012.

Based on an article posted in Game Spot, Sutter tried to reach out Grand Theft Auto and Red Dad Redempton studio Rockstar Games to check if they are interested in making the "Sons of Anarchy" game. But based on the recent announcement, Sutter did not give any information who is the developer behind the game.

'Sons of Anarchy" is not the first show who made a game out of the series. A "Batman" and "Walking Dead" game was recently unveiled but it didn't turn out well. A gamer himself, Sutter is doing the best he can to make the SOA game work and will not risk it if it doesn't meet the quality of the show.

Now on its final season, FX "Sons of Anarchy" is an American drama series about the lives of a close-knit motorcycle club in a fictional town in California. The show premiered on September 2008 and after six seasons the show is down to its season finale which is scheduled to premiere in Fall 2014.

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