Rumours have swirled that the feature-length special will be interactive and separate from the upcoming fifth series, which is expected to be released in 2019. It’s also been predicted that it will arrive on December 28, if a deleted tweet from Netflix’s @NXonNetflix account is anything to go by.
Now, Reddit users in the r/BlackMirror subreddit think they've discovered new information about the special release.
The Korean Media Ratings Board post also shows the film as being 312 minutes long, which would be Black Mirror's longest ever if true. The number might mean the episode is dramatically lengthy, or, in fact, the total length of all multiple scenario clips put together, if the episode is interactive.
Regardless of what the episode will entail, you have less than a week to prepare for it. As with all Black Mirror lore, it’s best to expect the unexpected.
Poster for ‘Bandersnatch’ the game, a project which never saw the light of day — the game was developed in 1984, the same year ‘Bandersnatch’ the Black Mirror episode takes place (which we know as a set photo shows Bob Marley’s ‘Legend’ at #1 on the charts inside a record store) pic.twitter.com/SlzbERQHuR