Leaks are usually announced via Reddit or in forums. Now the news platform Twitter is the "crime scene" for the spread of a new rumor. A new Batman Arkham game is said to be presented at the upcoming Video Game Wards. According to the leak, the title is already certain: The successor should be called Batman: Arkham Legacy.
The Arkham Channel spread the rumor on Twitter. The user, a Youtuber who creates and publishes videos for games from the Arkham series, claims to have learned from a reliable source that the new Batman offshoot is to be revealed as part of the Video Game Wards show. The Arkham Channel itself hopes that they will eventually prove the rumors to be true.
Video Game Awards: Batman Arkham Legacy to be revealed?
Again and again there were alleged leaks to a possible successor. And this time, too, the rumor mill for a new Arkham game is being fired up. The "reliable source" is said to be the user who had already commented on a Damian Wayne title at the time. Warner Bros is said to have worked on the title, but then stopped the project. Concept drawings remained.
Keep an eye out on this on Thursday! There are good news coming our way, and hopefully it is confirmed true in the end. We've seen how reliable this source is. https://t.co/EJrwZ8uWJC- The Arkham Channel (@ArkhamChannel) 27 November 2019
It wasn't until September that reports came up, a game with the title Batman: Arkham Knight would be under development. Fans will probably know by December 12th at the latest whether the current rumors are true: this is when the Video Game Awards, which have been held annually since 2014, will take place.
Possible revelations are not entirely improbable. At the end of September, Warner Bros Montréal published a six-second teaser on the official Twitter channel entitled "Capture the Knight". Fans have liked and commented on the tweet thousands of times. What actually lies behind it, however, is so far uncertain.
Capture the Knight / Cape sur la Nuit pic.twitter.com/yMFXMd4djU- WB Games Montréal (@WBGamesMTL) September 23, 2019
Fans should find such leaks as a kind of sign of life for the popular Batman series at least interesting - regardless of whether the rumors ultimately come true or not.
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