Mad Max: Fury Road will be a tie-in video game adaptation set around the backdrop of the upcoming fourth film installment in the series.
Little is known regarding the current status and development of the game. Series creator, George Miller, has stated it'll be an action-adventure game that will tie-in with the film.
Cory Barlog, game designer for the critically acclaimed action-adventure God of War II, has seen to the game's development alongside Miller. The game has been reported to take between 2 to 2 and a half years, and will hopefully be released alongside the premiere of the film. 
Dr.D Studios (the animation studio Miller and Doug Mitchell founded) were originally going to develop a 3D animated film set in the Mad Max universe, but with focus on the live-action film, the studio have shifted their focus solely to the creation of the video-game title. The game will be published by Warner Bros. and will be utilising techniques the now-defunct developer Team Bondi (of L.A. Noire fame) created as the company's intellectual property were recently acquired by George Miller.
One of the reasons Miller was attracted to making a Fury Road video game was due to the potential within the video games sector, claiming it to be massive and a means forward for storytelling. 
"It’s four-dimensional storytelling. A game can literally become the equivalent of a novel. That is the thing that people like me who write screenplays envy about novelists: that you can actually stop time and explore little cul de sacs. Whereas in a movie, you’d love to stop and examine that character, but you can’t."
-George Miller on the videogame industry.