What you need to know
- Artwork from a possible canceled Superman game has appeared online.
- WB Montreal is widely believed to be working on a new Batman game.
- A reveal was reportedly planned for E3 2020, pre-E3 being canceled.
Rumors, speculation and speculation of rumors have been rampant in regards to what studios like Rocksteady and Warner Bros. Montreal have been working on over the last couple of years. While we still don't have official reveals from either studio, we do now have an idea of one canceled project.
Some artwork of a possible Superman game by former Warner Bros. Montreal concept artist Joël Dos Reis Viegas has appeared online, first spotted by Twitter user @tatlinsky. You can see the artwork below.
While it's understandable that Superman fans would be disappointed in a Superman game not happening so far, Warner Bros. Montreal is working on another game. This game is almost certainly a new Batman title, given the myriad clues and hints so far.
According to Jason Schreier of Kotaku, this new Batman game was originally planned to be revealed at E3 2020 in a Warner Bros. E3 showcase. This showcase would've also revealed the Harry Potter game that leaked in 2018 and whatever Rocksteady is working on. Now that E3 has been canceled, it's unclear when the game will be revealed.
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If you're eagerly waiting for a new Batman game, why not check out two of the most critically-acclaimed titles — Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City — with fully remastered and updated visuals.
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