Sons of Anarchy Cast
(L-R) Creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter, executive producer and director Paris Barclay, and cast members Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Kim Coates, Theo Rossi, Dayton Callie and Drea de Matteo of drama series "Sons of Anarchy" participate in a panel discussion during FX Networks' portion of the 2014 Television Critics Association Cable Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills, California July 21, 2014. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian REUTERS

After making its final ride in December for its series finale, FX "Sons of Anarchy" is back with a new game for fans who can't get enough of the biker series. Developed by Canadian studious Orpheus Interactive and Silverback Games, the "Sons of Anarchy": The Prospect," first trailer was annouced by SOA series creator Kurt Sutter on his Twitter account.

Based on the popular biker show, the "Sons of Anarchy" game features the show's original story with the club's new prospect working his way toward a spot in the biker gang. The SOA mobile game trailer opens with the prospect riding a bike and getting in a fight, just like what fans are expected to see in the game, with the newbie doing other criminal activities just to earn his spot.

"Sons of Anarchy: The Prospect" is reportedly going to be released "episodically" that will take the players to the show's unexplored locations and situations. The SOA game "will let players experience the treachery, graphic action, intrigue, and life and death decision making," according to the statement released for the game's announcement.

The high-end mobile game, as previously described by Sutter, looks a little like Telltale's adventure game which made a lot of SOA fans and gamers a little bit disappointed judging by its trailer. "What a terrible-looking game. If this is a rough cut, then you need to keep it under wraps until the final cut is ready for advertising," according to a disppointed fan.

The "Sons of Anarchy: The Prospect" is scheduled to hit App Stores by the end of 2015 with subsequent episodes to follow. Fans will have to wait a little bit longer based on the game's rough trailer with more developments coming soon for its upcoming premiere.

Meanwhile, SOA actor Tommy Flanagan (Chibs) will make his debut in "Revenge" midseason premiere in early 2015. The Glasgow star is set to play a major recurring role as Malcolm Black, a self-made man who will do anything to protect his family and his assets. The actor will debut in the show's episode 11 as he segues from FX to ABC's Sunday-night drama.

Check out the "Sons of Anarchy: The Project" trailer here. The short clip is made by Orpheus Interactive.

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