The co-creator has admitted that they have had further plans for interactive outings for the Netflix series... so it could be a case of watching this space after all.
"There have been ideas, but we would only tackle another one if we had a clear idea that interactive was the only way to do that," Brooker said (via Broadcast).
However, he added that the format is not something that will replace "sitting back and watching a film or reading a book".
Brooker has recently been opening-up about the daunting task of making the epic Black Mirror outing, revealing that writing the seemingly endless episode was a very difficult task indeed.
"It was very challenging at every stage," he said. "There were points where, in working stuff out, it got like trying to do a Rubik’s cube in your head.
"I had to literally get up from my desk and walk around the house holding my head."
He continued: "Then you've got the actors having to keep track of where their character is, bearing in mind that the previous morning they may have played themselves in a different timeline.
"There's all sorts of different narrative paths that they could lead you in this direction or that. They could even lead you in one big loop right back to the very beginning."
With 'Bandersnatch''s gazillion endings and possibilities, even Brooker has admitted that he cannot find a particular post-credits scene.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is available on Netflix now.
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