Christopher Nolan, the director of blockbusters The Dark Knight and Inception, has confirmed that his psychological thriller set in the world of dreams is to be adapted into a video game.
The Inception director hinted at the upcoming game adaptation in a Q&A session with Entertainment Weekly.
Nolan told the publication: “I always imagined Inception to be a world where a lot of other stories could take place. At the moment, the only direction we’re channelling that is by developing a video game set in the world.”
The director further hinted to the magazine, that the game could be a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG), although also confirmed that fans shouldn’t expect the title any time soon, saying that the project was a “longer-term proposition”.
Inception, which starred Leonardo Di Caprio, Ellen Page and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, was released earlier this year and has since gone on to make a gross profit of nearly $300 million worldwide.