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Cancelled Arkham Knight Sequel Game Scrapped Batman Concept Art Revealed

Latest scrapped concept art from a cancelled Batman: Arkham Knight sequel reveals futuristic version of Batman.

Upon cancelling several projects following release of Batman: Arkham Knight in 2015, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive finally settled working on Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, revealed at DC Fandome.

After a spectacular reveal of scrapped design for villainous King Shark earlier, concept artist Jerad S. Marantz has recently shared a batch of futuristic Batman art from an alleged sequel of Arkham Knight game that got cancelled.


RELATED: Cancelled Batman Game Scrapped King Shark Concept Art Revealed

Freelance designer Jerad Marantz often shares many of his work on ArtStation and Instagram. Last week, he shared concept arts for a fearsome King Shark and revealed artwork for a high-tech Batsuit from a cancelled game lately.

In a first glance, anyone can mistake it for Flashpoint Batman character art from a live-action movie based on DC Comics crossov…

Cancelled Batman Game Scrapped King Shark Concept Art Revealed

Scrapped concept art of King Shark from a cancelled Batman game offers a terrifying sight to DC Comics villain.

Breaking a long-hiatus after release of Batman: Arkham Knight back in 2015, a long-anticipated Batman game titled Gotham Knights was recently announced during DC FanDome digital event, which takes place out of Arkhamverse canon.

Before they even finalized Gotham Knights, there have been one or two Batman projects that got cancelled and a scrapped concept art from one of these games reveals a terrifying look of DC Comics villain King Shark on social media.


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Posting an image of King Shark on Instagram, former concept artist Jerad S. Marantz publicly shared lately that he has created a number of creature design for an alleged Batman game earlier that eventually got canned permanently.

King Shark is a founding member of brand-new Task Force X team in The New 52 timeline of DC Comics, who wanted to become a crime boss…

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Revealed

Rocksteady reveals Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League with a brand-new trailer at DC FanDome event.

After releasing Batman: Arkham Knight in 2015, developer Rocksteady Studios has been on a long-hiatus and recently confirmed working on a Suicide Squad game, in association with publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

In a recent panel at DC FanDome digital event, upcoming action-adventure game Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been revealed for Windows PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X with a new trailer and a release window set for 2022.


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Rocksteady releases a cinematic reveal trailer to introduce new Suicide Squad game during DC FanDome.




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Brainiac attacks Metropolis and his rampaging minions are spreading chaos and destruction everywhere. Task Force X is sent to take matters into hand and bring current situation under control but they decided to sit…

Suicide Squad Game Reveal Date

Rocksteady to officially reveal their next game Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League at DC FanDome event.

Nearly a week ago, developer Rocksteady Studios teased working on a new Suicide Squad game with a cryptic image of Superman that has recently been revealed as Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, in association with WB Games.

Rocksteady will do a full reveal on August 22, 5 PM PT/8 PM EDT at DC FanDome digital event that is expected to take about 20 minutes, hosted by Canadian voice actor Will Arnett (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Lego Batman Movie).


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Other than an obscure Man of Steel poster, Rocksteady didn't share much about upcoming DC FanDome panel. Although the character looks like Superman at first, its purple tint could also mean that it could be his evil counterpart Bizarro.

Fans have been wondering about Rocksteady Studios's latest project as it has five years since they released Batman: Arkham Knight. There was also a…

New Suicide Squad Game Teased

Rocksteady Studios teases upcoming Suicide Squad game ahead of DC Fandom event on August 22, 2020.

Back in June, there has been a rumor of Rocksteady Studios was reportedly working on a brand-new Suicide Squad game from a series of leaked domain names and believed to be revealed at upcoming DC Fandom event in August 2020.

Just today, Rocksteady released a new teaser image of Superman and logo for their newest Suicide Squad game on Twitter, with a brief tagline to reveal more information about the ongoing project at DC Fandom on August 22, 2020.


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A silhouette of Superman and a Suicide Squad logo on his head as a target actually nods back to a previously leaked domain "SuicideSquadKillTheJusticeLeague.com", hinting at a possible clash between DC's anti-hero squad and Justice League.

According to early rumors, Suicide Squad will hunt down Man of Steel and fellow members of Justice League as part of their mission. In recent ye…

Warner Bros. Cancelled Two Superman Games

According to rumors, Warner Bros. has developed and cancelled two open-world Superman games from 2013.

In a day and age of superhero comics, movies and TV shows, only a few renowned characters among many has made a booming transition into popular video games like Batman: Arkham series and Marvel's Spider-Man.

According to industry insider James Sigfield, Warner Bros. has been trying to make an open-world Superman game since 2013 by taking pitches from many parties and has cancelled two of them in past six years period.


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One of these titles was going the same way of 2018's best-selling superhero adventure game Spider-Man for PlayStation 4. It was supposed to have Man of Steel flying around in an open-world Metropolis fighting many of his arch-nemesis.

For reasons unknown, this title has got canned in a prototype stage of development, followed by another one titled Superman: Unborn that met the same fate by publisher company W…

Batman Games Collection Free on Epic Games Store Now

In an "Epic" giveaway, Batman: Arkham Collection and LEGO Batman Trilogy are free at Epic Games Store for this week.

Up until now, Epic Games were giving away various games for free on their digital distribution outlet Epic Games Store and even started offering weekly freebies by switched from a biweekly schedule to offer more free titles on PC platform.

This week, they totally outdid themselves by giving out two Batman bundles; Batman: Arkham Collection and LEGO Batman Trilogy that anyone can claim to with a free Epic Games account until September 26, 7:59 AM PT/10:59 AM EDT.


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Arkham Collection perhaps is the most definitive Batman game series ever, featuring some of his greatest villains and complex plotline. Players get to experience entire LEGO Batman saga in its trilogy pack and cross paths with Justice League.

Lately, Epic Store would let people pick multiple titles at once each week when one of them has a mature r…

PlayStation Plus Free Games for September 2019

PlayStation Plus free games lineup is featuring Batman: Arkham Knight and Darksiders III for the month of September 2019.

Up until now, Sony Entertainment has been giving away fairly good free PlayStation 4 games in their monthly lineup for PlayStation Plus subscribers, except for July 2019 but they made a change on last minute due to member request.

Those free titles from August are still up for PS Plus members to download before next batch of game arrives on September 3, 2019. So, take time to enjoy WipEout Omega Collection or Sniper Elite 4 if you have somehow missed them.


Become a creature of night to serve justice on streets of Arkham City and experience the thrill of neo-noir action of an iconic DC Comics superhero in Batman: Arkham Knight by developer Rocksteady Studios and publisher Warner Bros. Interactive.

In a finale to acclaimed Arkham series, Gotham City looks upon a crime-fighting caped crusader to stand against maniacal villains like Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, Riddler,