After a hiatus that stretched for almost, it looks a new Batman Arkham event is on the way. Last Monday, the authorized Twitter account for WB Games Montréal, the creator of Batman: Arkham Origins, distributed a cryptic six-second video.
The tease shows six several symbols distinct in the technique of the Bat-Signal. Previous to Sunday, the account hadn’t twittered since 2015, the year the most contemporary game in the franchise, Batman: Arkham Knight, came out.
Reports have been disseminating for ages that WB Montreal is struggling on something Bat-based, with a prominent theory indicating that the villainous Court of Owls could be the preoccupation of the new game.
Back in August, notion art for an allegedly canceled WB Montreal Batman game was leaked. That title would have followed on from Arkham Knight and put Damian Wayne in the cru.
Fans are inferring the teaser implies a new Arkham game is coming our where Batman will have to take on Ra’s Al Ghul and the Court of Owls. If you’ve contemplated the Christopher’s Nolan’s Batman Begins, you’re most probably already aware with Liam Nesson’s take on the villain. He leads a band of killers. The Court of Owls, in the meanwhile, is a newer improvement to the Batman mythology.
There is a private society that controls Gotham City from the sidelines. While we don’t know when we’ll learn more about the new game, one likelihood is that Sony will declare the title during its State of Play broadcast on September 24th.
To date, the Arkham procession has comprised four mainline entries: Arkham Asylum (2009), Arkham City (2011), Arkham Origins (2013) and Arkham Knight (2015). With the abnormality in Origins, the three other games were created by Rocksteady Studios. Concurrently the four titles are among some of the best games you can play on the recent and prior generation of consoles.