We all thought we’d seen the end of Rocksteady’s Batman games, but it looks like we could be reaching for the keys to the Batmobile at least one more time.
Rocksteady Games started the Batman game franchise back in 2009 with Batman: Arkham Asylum, moving to Arkham City in 2011, and Arkham Knight in 2015. Since then we haven’t heard much aside from a few small rumours about a fourth game. Rocksteady moved their focus away to work on the Suicide Squad game instead.
But now new rumours are suggesting that fourth game is actually coming.
Thanks to the NVIDIA GeForce Now leak which revealed a tonne of new games including Arkham Insurgency which was listed alongside a remaster of Arkham Asylum.
The old rumours suggested a new game would continue from where Arkham Knight left off, following Bruce Waynes apparent ‘death’.
Rocksteady were also reportedly working on an open-world Superman game, similar to the Arkham series. These rumours seemed to fizzle out quite quickly and nothing ever came of them. It would be a lot of work with a Arkham Asylum remaster, the leaked Arkham Knight sequel, and their Suicide Squad game.
While NVIDIA have tried to backtrack on the leaks saying people should take the list of games with a ‘pinch of salt’, it’s obvious that they’re trying to cover their own backs, they probably have an inbox filled with angry emails from p**sed off publishers.