WB Games Montréal Teases the Next Major BATMAN Game in a Series of Mysterious Images


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WB Games Montréal Teases the Next Major BATMAN Game in a Series of Mysterious Images

It's been some time since the last video game with Batman in the main role, but chances are that the status quo will be changed soon — as the makers of Batman: Arham Origins from WB Games Montréal have seemingly begun teasing their next big thing.

While the newly released artwork tells us nothing about the actual production (well, the picture does look similar to the Gotham City Police Department crest), design-wise it's in line with the image in the studio's previous Tweet from September 2019 — which also shared the same "Capture the Knight" tagline.

While nothing has been officially confirmed as of yet, the next Batman game is apparently being created at WB Games Montréal (it's unclear what Rocksteady Studios is up to these days as well), with the Court of Owls serving as the main villains of the story.

The Court is a moderately fresh addition to the Batman lore, as it debuted in New 52 - Batman #1 in 2011.

Considering that the Canadian developer hasn't launched any major productions since 2013's Batman: Arkham Origins, let's hope that the long wait for their next project will be worth it. In the meantime, activate your detective mode and try to solve the mystery behind the images that you can check out down below:

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