New Images From WB Games Montréal’s Cancelled SUPERMAN and SUICIDE SQUAD Titles Surface Online


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New Images From WB Games Montréal’s Cancelled SUPERMAN and SUICIDE SQUAD Titles Surface Online

Although we still know next to nothing about WB Games Montréal's upcoming projects, three never-before-seen pieces of art from the studio's (seemingly) cancelled Superman and Suicide Squad video games have surfaced online. As a reminder, the Batman: Arkham Origins makers have not revealed a new title since 2013.

Thanks to Twitter user James Sigfield, we can finally take a closer look at WB Games Montréal's take on two of the most popular DC-created universes. Considering that Zack Snyder's lifeless vision of Metropolis was nothing to write home about, seeing the vast Superman world in colour is definitely a nice change of pace. 

Unfortunately, we probably won't get to play those new Superman and Suicide Squad video games anytime soon (at least made by the Montréal team), as the studio is seemingly producing yet another Batman title.

According to Kotaku's Jason Schreier, WB Games Montréal's next big thing was supposed to be officially showcased at this year's E3, but the event has been cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Without further ado, check out the aforementioned Superman and Suicide Squad concept art down below: 

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