Kevin Conroy Doesn't Think There Will Be Future Batman Arkham Video Games

Carla Harmon
September 12, 2017

If this is indeed true, it's unfortunately the end of one of the best lines of Batman action games out there. Injustice 2 has managed to emerge as the best fighting game of the year, Shadow of War looks set to do gangbusters in a insane month and the entire company is still sleeping sound at night from their stake in numerous LEGO games. You could attribute the growth of Warner Bros. When he was asked if the publisher planned more games the series, he expressed his dismay at the fact no further titles were in the pipeline, or even considered. Arkham City Origins was developed in-house at WB and interestingly enough, Conroy was not the voice of Batman for that game-so it is possible that there is another open-world Batman game on the way, just without Rocksteady. The leak came from a former Warner Bros. Batman's voice actor, Kevin Conroy, somewhat confirms that the series has ended.

The actor responded with the following statements: "You know, I can't believe that they're not gonna do another one, but they're not". "They made literally billions of dollars on those games, but no, there's no plan to do another one".

Though a new game is uncertain, fans can get Batman: Arkham Knight now on PS4 and Xbox One, with a PC version that isn't recommended.

That's a sore point for me.

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