Supernatural Needs to Return, But Not as Season 16: Here's a Better Option
Fans found a way for the Supernatural universe to grow without beating a dead horse.
- Fans want a Supernatural video game developed by Rockstar.
- They envision an open-world game with intricate side missions, and the ability to play as Sam and Dean.
- The main concern is the potential high budget required for such a game.
Looks like fifteen seasons of Supernatural wasn’t enough for its audience. And even The Winchesters spinoff seemingly didn’t manage to fill this emptiness left by the show’s conclusion.
However, fans have ideas on how the show’s legacy can live on, and it’s not what you think.
Fans Want to See a Full-Blown Supernatural Video Game
A Reddit user, a fan of the series, suggested a great idea: a Supernatural video game, but not just any game — one crafted by the legendary Rockstar, the brains behind hit video game series like Grand Theft Auto Red Dead Redemption.
Picture yourself carving devil traps into bullets in a spooky, abandoned house, cruising around in the iconic Impala, and switching between Sam and Dean as playable characters.
Fans want to see an open-world game with intricate side missions, gripping main storylines, and even random encounters with civilians.
Supernatural Video Game Would Be a Unique Way to Immerse Into the Universe
Some fans suggest creating your own character to join the original gang on hunts. Fans envision it to be a game like The Witcher but with a Supernatural twist.
But it's not just about the gameplay. Imagine the immersive experience — exploring small towns, abandoned buildings, and facing off against supernatural creatures. The game could offer a blend of horror, adventure, and the unique charm of the Supernatural universe.
Will There Ever Be a Supernatural Video Game?
Some fans are concerned about the potential cost of such a game. To make an A-product, the game would require a high budget. Otherwise, we would get something similar to the recently released cheap The Walking Dead game, based on the eponymous series.
Still, the general consensus is clear: a Supernatural game would be a dream come true. It's a cool new way to get back into the Sam and Dean universe without needing to actually revive the show or spawn new spinoffs.
Currently, there have been no official announcement from any game studios on the development of such a project.