I haven't played We Happy Few since it first entered Xbox Game Preview in August of previous year, and at that stage it was definitely at the wonky end of a work in progress.
Gold Circle Entertainment (Pitch Perfect), and developer Compulsion Games are working together to bring survival game We Happy Few to the silver screen, according to Variety. While the game's earliest players aren't in love with the survival/stealth title's somewhat limited gameplay, they are all raving about its indescribable dystopian environment and visual design. The film will be produced by Paul Brooks of Gold Circle Films and DJ2 Entertainment's Dmitri M. Johnson and Dan Jevons, with DJ2's Stephan Bugaj on tap to serve as executive producer.
But while We Happy Few hasn't yet been completed, its developers have already struck a deal for a movie adaptation of the game. Currently, the production studios are seeking screenwriters.
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The film reportedly remains "true to the source material, while still surprising fans" and will retain the game's "menace, dark humor, and central themes". We still don't know how We Happy Few will turn out as a video game, and for that reason it probably stands a better chance at being a decent movie.
Dj2 is now executive producing Life Is Strange, a television series based on the videogame, with Legendary Entertainment, producing the Sleeping Dogs feature film with Original Film and Donnie Yen (Star Wars, IP Man) attached to star, as well as co-producing the Sonic, the Hedgehog motion picture.
The next video game movie has been revealed.