Is Kevin Conroy Teasing Another ‘Batman: Arkham’ Game From Rocksteady?

Legendary Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy may have teased the next video game in the Arkham series from developer Rocksteady.

Kevin Conroy who has voiced the Caped Crusader since Batman: The Animated Series debuted in 1992 also provided the voice for the iconic DC Comics superhero in the three main installments of the Arkham game series. While there haven’t been any rumors regarding the next Batman game in several months, the latest tweet from Kevin Conroy may reignite speculation that Rocksteady could be developing the next installment. You can check it out below.

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Unfortunately, Rocksteady opted to sit out this year’s E3, begging the question as to whether or not the developer’s next game will be for next-generation consoles. Rumors have swirled that Rocksteady’s next Arkham title could be called Batman: Arkham Crisis and feature a much more complex narrative than previous games in the Arkham series. Arkham Crisis is rumored to feature the Batwing instead of the Batmobile this time around, which is said to allow transport around a map that is much larger than GTA V‘s San Andreas. The game is also said to feature expanded sidequests compared to previous games as well.

Other rumors surrounding Rocksteady’s next game have also included title Crisis as previous rumors suggested Rocksteady was developing a Justice League game, with a lineup that includes Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Cyborg and Aquaman in the early stages of their superhero careers. It was also suggested that the game would feature Starro as the main villain with Brainiac and Darkseid featured in episodic content.

Take all of this with a grain of salt, however, as none of these rumors have been confirmed by the developer. Rocksteady has only assured fans that their next project is not a Superman game.

Source: Twitter

Michael Mistroff

Michael Mistroff

News Editor, Film/TV Reporter at Heroic Hollywood.