Rocksteady Games, Batman: Arkham Knight

Rocksteady Games is skipping E3 once again. In a tweet from co-founder, Sefton Hill, he decided just to rip the bandaid off early. They mentioned they will still be watching the event in London, but won’t partake in the reveals. They also noted they will also be hard at work bringing their next game to life which remains majorly a mystery.

Rocksteady skipping E3 isn’t a new thing. In fact, they have been doing so since the release of Batman: Arkham Knight in 2015. This announcement led to various responses, some not so surprised while others were genuinely disappointed.

The last game Rocksteady Games released was the remaster of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, titled Batman: Return to Arkham, in 2016.

Batman: Return to Arkham

Evidently, people are waiting with bated breath, scouring for details on their next venture. Little is known about the project at this point. Some believe it to be a Superman game, but this was debunked on Hill’s Twitter back in November 2018. There is also the rumor they working on Batman: Arkham Crisis.

Whatever the project is, fans are sure it’ll have the same gameplay and quality that Rocksteady Games put into their projects.

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