However, Hollywood is already knocking on its proverbial coffin door, since Fox 21 Television Studios just optioned the rights to develop a TV series, and the project already has a developer lined up in McG.
McG will direct and executive produce the series with Mary Viola and Corey Marsh from Wonderland and Dmitri Johnson and Stephan Bugaj also executive producing.
Released this past June on the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, Vampyr follows Doctor Jonathan Reid who rises from a mass grave near London in 1918 as a vampire.
DONTNOD has been getting all sorts of acclaim from critics and fans alike for the dramatic adventure Vampyr, which has been making waves since its release earlier this year.
Focus Home Interactive CEO Jurgen Goeldner goes on to agree with Oskar stating that "we are delighted to partner with FOX21 for the adaptation of Vampyr into a TV series" and that "We can not wait to see FOX21 bring all of their talent and experience in launching a TV show that will allow an even wider audience to discover the fantastic universe of Vampyr".
The Vampyr video game was developed by Dontnod Entertainment (Life is Strange, Remember Me) and published by Focus Home Interactive.
Vampyr is an action RPG about a doctor who is bitten by a vampire.
It definitely sounds like an intriguing backstory for a series, and one that can continue onward, provided that whomever's behind the writing can stay true to DONTNOD's vision of the franchise.