In a since-deleted tweet, comic book writer Scott Snyder teases the rumored Batman Court of Owls game, based on a comic book storyline he wrote.
As part of yesterday's Batman Day celebrations, WB Games Montreal teases what's rumored to be the studio's upcoming Batman game.
Batman Day is approaching and both comic and video game fans have reason to be excited about the DC Comics' Dark Knight celebration.
A new DC Comics game is in the works from the Batman: Arkham Origins team, according to a Tweet from Designer Osama Dorias at WB Montreal.
A newly hired Rocksteady Studios employee adds fuel to the rumors and speculation that the developer is working on a new game in the DC Comics universe.
A new leak suggests that Batman Arkham developer Rocksteady Studios is working on a game about Jason Todd's Red Hood called Outlaws and it may be revealed soon.
Two separate rumors/leaks indicate that Rocksteady Studios' next game could be an online multiplayer Suicide Squad title akin to Destiny and The Division.
Art appears online that is potentially more evidence that a Batman: Court of Owls video game is in active development at Arkham Origins studio WB Games Montreal.
The go-to voice actor for Batman, Kevin Conroy, states that he thinks the Dark Knight's story within the Arkham universe has the potential to continue.
A senior game designer for WB Montreal reveals that the Canadian video game developer could be working on two different titles that are set in the DC Universe.
Several pieces of concept art for a handful of different scrapped characters in NetherRealm Studios' multi-platform fighting game Injustice 2 surfaces online.
NetherRealm Studios Creative Director Ed Boon dismisses the circulating rumor that Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe 2 is the development studio's next game.
According to a recent leak, a new open world Superman game is currently in development from the developer behind the Batman Arkham series, Rocksteady Studios.
All of the audio for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in Injustice 2 leaks online, with Donatello, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Leonardo each having ample lines of dialogue.