If you couldn't get enough of Campo Santo's Firewatch earlier this year, I have good news: it's coming to the big screen.
Hollywood Reporter has revealed this morning that Good Universe and Campo Santo have signed a deal to convert Firewatch into a feature film. The deal is broader than that and will see Campo Santo "develop content for both video games and feature films", according to the report.
"Finding extraordinary content is incredibly exciting, and with the Campo Santo team, we felt an immediate simpatico with their utterly beguiling storytelling and amazing creative instincts," Joe Drake, co-founder of Good Universe, said.
Good Universe was formed in 2012 and is currently working on The House (due out 2017) and Extinction. The firm also has production credits on Bad Neighbours, Don't Breathe, The Masterpiece, Oldboy, Last Vegas and The Night Before.
The report also revealed that sales of Firewatch have nearly reached 1 million. It makes Firewatch one of a string of commercial indie hits this year, which has also seen SUPERHOT, Stardew Valley, The Witness and other titles from small studios break out.