We’re coming near four years since Rocksteady Studios’ closing main game, Batman: Arkham Knight, launched. The developer has insisted that it’s completed with Batman, however we’ve got only a few clues as to what is subsequent. And it sort of feels to be about time Rocksteady’s latest challenge is introduced.
Ahead of subsequent week’s Game Awards, there was hypothesis that Warner Bros. and Rocksteady would use the display to show the following game. Not so says Rocksteady co-founder and game director Sefton Hill. In a message on Twitter, Hill states that the developer is difficult at paintings and would possibly not be appearing anything else at The Game Awards.
Even extra attention-grabbing, Hill denies that Rocksteady is making a Superman identify. This has been probably the most continual rumor in recent times referring to Rocksteady’s upcoming initiatives. Warner Bros. has the license to DC Comics, and Rocksteady turns out just like the dream developer who can most likely pull off a Superman game. No one has in reality been in a position to do Superman justice. All the video game takes have ranged from lackluster to aggressively dangerous.
As for what Rocksteady’s as much as, all we will do is take our hypothesis in a other path — clear of the Man of Steel. We’ll in finding out when the time is correct.