Warner Bros’ Scrapped Superman Video Game Details Emerge

Images and details from Warner Bros’ canceled Superman video game projects emerge.

DC fans have been waiting patiently for news regarding Warner Bros. Montreal and Rocksteady’s upcoming projects. Warner Bros. Montreal’s game is expected to come first and is rumored to involve the Court of Owls and the Bat-family. Meanwhile, Rocksteady remains tight lipped on what they are working on, but have said in the past that they are not working on a Superman game.

An open world Superman game has been rumored for years now and it turns out there have been a few in development from Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment. Video game writer James Sigfield took to a lengthy Twitter thread and provided some details regarding the canceled Superman games.

According to Sigfield, Warner Bros. started developing an open world Superman video game back in 2013. Warner Bros. was taking pitches for the Superman game likened to Marvel’s Spider-Man in the tweet. The Superman game was pitched to take place in Metropolis and feature many DC villains. Superman: Unbound was the next project that began to make strides at the studio. Superman: Unbound supposedly followed the Brainiac comic book and animated film storyline. Sigfield’s tweets say:

“This game was set to take place almost entirely in a city called Kandor. For those unfamiliar, Kandor is a Metropolis-like city from Krypton that was shrunk and bottled up by Brainiac before the planet’s explosion. The game was supposed to be less “open world” so as to limit Superman’s vast array of abilities. This game was to feature foes such as Brainiac, Doomsday, and tons of other mind controlled villains. “

Apparently Superman: Unbound faced issues because Warner Bros. wanted the game to play on the Batman: Arkham engine, which wasn’t possible at the time. He also goes on to say that the Suicide Squad video game was canceled for the same reason. You can read James Sigfield ‘s entire Twitter thread below:

What do you think Rocksteady is working on? Do you think we will ever get an open world Superman video game? Sound off in the comments below!

Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for all the latest news surrounding Warner Bros. Montreal and Rocksteady’s upcoming DC video game projects!

Source: Twitter

‘Titans’ Batmobile Concept Art Reveals Different Takes On Batman’s Iconic Vehicle

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Titans BatmobileFollowing its brief appearance in last week's episode, concept art for Titans' Batmobile has been released and reveals different takes on Batman's iconic vehicle.

The latest episode of Titans revealed a brief first look at a new version of the Batmobile while Dick Grayson is in the Batcave via flashback. The final version of the Batmobile in the Titans universe appears to be inspired by Batman 89 and The Animated Series. Concept art has been released and the initial designs were seemingly inspired by many past versions of the Batmobile across different mediums. You can check out the concept art below:


Do you like the look of the Batmobile in Titans? Which concept art version is your favorite? Comment below!

The series continues this week with the episode titled “Asylum” and you can read the official synopsis below!

When The Messenger (recurring guest star REED BIRNEY) reveals that Rachel’s birth mother is alive and being held captive by The Organization in a mysterious psychiatric facility, Rachel is determined to rescue her. But once inside, the Titans are faced with their deepest vulnerabilities and fears.

Guest Cast: Rachel Nichols as Angela, Reed Birney as The Messenger and Rachel Crawford as Doctor.

The series stars Brenton Thwaites as Richard “Dick” Grayson / Robin, Anna Diop as Koriand’r / Starfire, Teagan Croft as Rachel Roth / Raven, and Ryan Potter as Garfield “Gar” Logan / Beast Boy.

Titans is now available exclusively on DC Universe.

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Titans Batmobile

Titans Batmobile

Titans Batmobile

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Ryden Scarnato

Ryden Scarnato

Ryden's affection for all things DC, Marvel, and Star Wars has led him to entertainment journalism at Heroic Hollywood as a News Editor.