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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…

EA Hints at Acquiring Warner Bros. Interactive

According to reports, Electronic Arts is interested in purchasing Warner Bros. Interactive from parent company AT&T.

Right after buying out WarnerMedia company back in 2018, Texas-based telecommunications company AT&T has announced to sell off its video game division Warner Bros. Interactive for $4 billion in a shocking revelation last month.

Earlier this month, rumors of Microsoft Studios being a potential buyer was out there but that has since been died down. Most recently, one of the top-executives of Electronic Arts hinted at possibilities of acquiring WB Interactive soon.


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A week ago, a WB Interactive games digital sale on Microsoft Store apparently teased of an announcement during Xbox Games Showcase digital event but they never really talked about anything regarding a buyout of WB Games.

Player community across different gaming platforms are curious to know who will end up owning Warner Bros. Interactive, ac…

Batman: Court of the Owls game Rumored to Be Revealed Soon

WB Montréal could finally be revealing Batman: Court of the Owls game this week at Summer Game Fest.

Rumor mill for a new Batman game has been running for some time since December 2018 and even Batman: Arkham Origins developer WB Games Montréal started teasing on annual Batman Day 2019, adding further fuel to flame.

According to an early report, a reveal was all set for E3 2020 event which was cancelled due to Coronavirus outbreak and now an alleged leak on Reddit by user BloomMilk claims for an upcoming announcement of new Batman game.


RELATED: Batman: Court of Owls Game Teased

This leak apparently originated from 4chan imageboard and therefore, should be taken with a grain of salt. This leaker claims that WB Montréal will be revealing their long-awaited Batman game at Summer Game Fest event on May 12, 2020.

When a Twitter user asked video game industry influencer Geoff Keighley about possibility of a Batman game reveal event recently, he simply advises to manage expectations without …

Batman: Court of Owls Game Rumored to Be Arkham Series Reboot

Recent leak suggests upcoming Batman: Court of the Owls game might be a reboot of Arkham series.

After rumor mill for a brand-new Batman game running for a while, developer WB Games Montréal eventually starts teasing of an announcement on occasion of 80th anniversary of The Dark Knight and on annual Batman Day 2019.

Most recent among all rumors are a leak from industry insider known as Sabi on Twitter, who claims that upcoming action-adventure seems to be a reboot of Arkham series, which still is largely focused on Batman: Court of the Owls saga.


RELATED: Batman: Court of Owls Game Teased By WB Montréal

Given how Batman: Arkham Knight was ended in 2015, it makes sense for WB to go for a series reboot. Also, reusing its gameplay elements and flight controls only makes sense because it was so well-received by fans and critics alike.

Sabi has previously reported on some accurate news from Breath of the Wild 2, E3 and a few other Nintendo series. However, these claims should always be take…

WB Montréal Teased New Batman Game Again

Nowhere near reveal yet, WB Games Montréal teases fans with another image for next Batman game.

There has been a rumor of developer WB Games Montréal secretly working on a Batman game for some time since 2018 that is loosely based on 2011 DC Comics storyline Batman: Court of Owls and is set within Arkhamverse.

After some back and forth teasing for last two years, WB Montréal is back at it again in 2020 with a new logo they posted on social media and even left a clue for legion of fans to seek its meaning of by simply writing "/redacted".


RELATED: Batman: Court of Owls Game Teased

According to curious player community, previous set of logos represents Amanda Waller, Court of Owls, Ra's Al Ghul and Suicide Squad. Before they get to a full official reveal of Batman: Arkham game, there will most likely be another tease.

All of these parties have gone after the Caped Crusader on more than one occasion in history of comic-books. Putting them all together into one game is probab…

Batman: Court of Owls Game May be Revealed Soon

Recent tease from WB Games Montréal on Batman Day may be hinting at upcoming Batman: Court of Owls game.

For some time, there have been some rumors of developer WB Games Montréal secretly working on a new Batman game that is set on acclaimed New 52 storyline titled "Court of Owls", published in 2011 from DC Comics.

Annual Batman Day has returned in 2019 just like every year on September 21, which WB Games has taken Twitter to celebrate its 80th anniversary and have teased an upcoming anticipated project of theirs based on Caped Crusader.


RELATED: Batman: Court of Owls Game Teased

They shared a video on social media of Bat Signal shining on a building and it shows glimpse of images with cryptic symbols. One of these logos closely resemble to Court of Owls, hinting at long-rumored title they have been working on.

WB Games Montreal's latest tweet contains hidden symbols, possibly teasing their next Batman game. Check it out: https://t.co/aKQgZmy0VHpic.twitter.com/SPLI4zdieu

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…

Xbox Game Pass Adds Alien: Isolation, Walking Dead: Season 2 and More

New games like Alien: Isolation, Walking Dead: Season 2 and more are heading to Xbox Game Pass on February, 2019.

Your monthly membership for Xbox Game Pass subscription service by Microsoft Studios always offer you more great games for the price you pay and four more titles are joining the catalog this month to extend the overall collection.

Spending only $9.99 per month for your membership to the service allows you access to an ever-growing library of more than 100 good games where almost anyone can find something they like. It's like a Netflix of video games for many out there.


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Stepping into 2019, we got games like Ark: Survival Evolved, Ashen, Forza Horizon 4, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Just Cause 3, Life is Strange, Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Mortal Kombat X and Saints Row: The Third already joining the race.

Considering we are still on the second month of the year, there are a lot more awesome titles t…

Xbox Game Pass Adds Telltale's Walking Dead and More

New drop of games like Batman: Return to Arkham and Telltale's Walking Dead are coming to Xbox Game Pass in February 2019.

With the arrival of February, Microsoft Studios decided to unload another batch of exciting new games for Xbox Game Pass subscribers and they are from major video game companies like Rocksteady Studios and Square Enix.

Members of the service have been treated with some of the big-name titles from January 31 and will continue to be blessed till February 21. Especially mark your calendar for the seventh day of this month as it is going to rain on most of the games from the lineup.


RELATED: Xbox Game Pass Adds We Happy Few and More

Aside from their very impressive existing catalog, their subscription has opened up access to Ark: Survival Evolved, Just Cause 3 and Life is Strange: Complete Season last month. Later, Middle-earth: Shadow of War and Saints Row: The Third joined the march.

Some of the hottest additions that members are enjoying for a while on Xbox Game…