Cult episodic game Life is Strange is being turned into a live action TV show.
The series, to be distributed digitally, is being made in a collaboration between Legendary Digital Studios and Square Enix.
DJ2 Entertainment's Dmitri Johnson and Dan Jevons are handling production and development duties. The firm also recently helped Sony out with the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog film.
No release window has been outlined for the project.
Life is Strange is one of those rare properties that combines incredibly developed characters and storylines with deeply engaging gameplay,” said Legendary's SVP of development and production, Greg Siegel.
It lends itself perfectly to live-action imaginings. We couldn't be more excited to partner with Square Enix, Dontnod Entertainment and DJ2 to bring the world of Arcadia Bay to life in an exciting new way.”
Square Enix's VP of brand and EU marketing added: We're proud and excited to be working alongside Legendary to realise a new version of Arcadia Bay and Blackwell Academy complete with our rich cast of realistic, believable characters and memorable events. Now that the first episode of the Life is Strange game is free to download on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Mac and PC, there's never been a better time to play or to introduce a friend to the beautiful world of Arcadia Bay.”
The first episode of Life is Strange launched at the start of 2015, with another four parts being released over the course of the year. The game saw its fair share of critical acclaim and won a number of awards.
The title has sold in excess of 1m units, with a boxed release hitting shelves at the beginning of 2016. Speaking to MCV earlier this year, developer Dontnod described 2015 as the most successful year it has had to date off the back of Life is Strange.
Life is Strange isn't the only game property Legendary is involved with at the moment, either. The firm signed the rights for a live action Detective Pikachu film just last week.