At a recent comic convention this weekend in Nashville, Kevin Conroy let it slip that there currently is no plan to create any new type of Batman: Arkham game, despite the series and it’s massive success.
The question was asked during a convention regarding Conroy at this years Nashville Wizard World Comic Con, and Conroy didn’t really hold back when answering:
“You know, I can’t believe that they’re not going to do another one, but they’re not. Isn’t that amazing? It’s… they made literally billions of dollars on those games. But, no, there’s no plan to do another one. Sorry.”
@Arkhamverse @BatmanNewsCom just saw Conroy at @WizardWorld Nashville and asked about future Arkham projects. Unfortunately he says no ? pic.twitter.com/tJEa3Am4FC
— Matt Sifford (@_chaotic_order) September 9, 2017
While it’s unlikely that the game series will be left alone forever, it is a bit disheartening to hear there’s currently nothing planned. Perhaps one day in the future, Rocksteady will want to visit the world of Gotham once again.
For more information on the Batman: Arkham series, check out our review of the Batman Arkham VR game:
We’d recommend giving Batman Arkham a pass at its $19.99 price tag if it weren’t for how amazingly cool it feels – even if for one brief moment – to feel like you’re Batman. For die-hard Batman fans, this will be worth the price of admission alone, but for everyone else, weigh out that specific moment in your decision-making process. If that sounds like something you must experience for yourself, give Batman Arkham VR a try. If you are hoping for a great-looking tech demo to show off PSVR’s capabilities with an iconic character everyone you know will recognize, give Batman Arkham VR a try. But if you’re looking for a deep, engaging experience, Batman Arkham VR is more laughable than The Joker’s smug grin.
[Source: PC Gamer]