A lot of people say you can't have a Batman game without Kevin Conroy.
That's why early reports that Conroy wouldn't be involved in the upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins got fans all riled up. Include the fact that Rocksteady won't be developing this new entry, and you had some pretty disgruntled followers.
But hankfully, according to Pixel Enemy , those initial reports appear to be wrong. During a Q&A session at Dallas Comic-Con, Conroy revealed that he has been working on "the next Arkham game" for the past ten months or so. The reason he couldn't talk about it before was due to the non-disclosure agreement he had signed. During his time on stage, however, Conroy praised the new effort, calling it "an unbelievable game" with a "huge cast and big story."
And besides, Warner's internal team that's handling Origins probably knows what they're doing. Chances are, we'll get a damn good game in October.
Related Game(s): Batman: Arkham Origins