An innovative game designer has developed an open-world game inspired by the Breaking Bad series, which appears remarkably impressive.
The Grand Theft Auto series reigns supreme in the realm of crime saga games, but a Breaking Bad-inspired game could potentially match it. If you’re unfamiliar with Breaking Bad, it’s a narrative that unfolds over the past 15 years about a chemistry teacher named Walter White and his student Jesse Pinkman, who descend into a life of criminality as they establish a narcotics empire. It’s a series renowned for its plot twists, character development, and is often considered one of the best stories ever told.
An ardent fan of the series decided to craft a Breaking Bad game concept, featuringan expansive open world, visually stunning graphics, and the liberty to manage your own meth business as you see fit. The game’s concept trailer was produced by TeaserPlay, detailing the development process of the game and offering a glimpse into its potential future.
The game’s concept received enthusiastic feedback from fans, many of whom suggested that a game publisher should adopt the project to complete and release it as a full-fledged game. One user commented, “Given the amount of work invested in this concept, I would simply take the plunge and present it as a game for a publisher to consider.” Another echoed a similar sentiment, saying, “Considering the energy invested in creating this game concept, it would make sense to take it further and seek a publisher.”
The enthusiasm didn’t end there. One user even suggested a secret mission where Walter and Jessie must deliver Pop Corners to Tuco and Hector while evading Todd and Gus. Considering the immense popularity of the Breaking Bad series and the potential for gameplay that combines elements from Grand Theft Auto while standing out as its own entity, a full game seems like an excellent idea.
While waiting for this potential gem, fans keen on experiencing a life of crime can look forward to the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto VI, which is presently under development at Rockstar Games. Alternatively, for those who prefer a first-person shooter experience, Payday 3 is set to launch later this year.