Batman and other DC heroes rumoured to feature in video games universe

Speculation suggests characters will be brought together in similar vein to studios's film releases

Louis Chilton
Thursday 06 February 2020 12:10
Batman Arkham Origins Trailer

An online rumour has suggested that Warner Brothers are planning to use an upcoming Batman game to launch a DC Games Universe.

WB Games Montreal, the Canadian studio who worked on 2013’s Batman: Arkham Origins, hinted last month that a new Batman game was on its way with a cryptic picture clue.

Comic book website GWW has claimed that the game will be a “soft reboot” of the franchise, which started with Batman: Arkham Asylum and spawned several successful sequels.

The game will supposedly begin a new, cohesive DC Games Universe, in the vein of the DC Cinematic Universe, which brought together characters like Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman across several inter-linked films.

A Superman game is also said to be in the works, and Arkham creators Rocksteady are supposedly working on a related multiplayer game, although there is no way of verifying whether these rumours are true.

They are facing some undoubtedly stiff competition. Marvel and Sony had a huge hit in 2018 with the acclaimed Spider-man game on PS4, and their blockbuster Avengers game is set to hit shelves later this year.

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