The developer of "Gotham Knights" is meant to be engaged on a Superman recreation
Is Warner Bros. Montreal working on another DC game?
Gotham Knights and Batman: Arkham Origins developer Warner Bros. Montreal is said to be working on a Superman video game based on a recently published job advertisement.
After years of fan speculation about the projects Warner Bros. Montreal and Rocksteady were developing, DC FanDome finally revealed their next two games with Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. One of the best-known rumors before the big announcements was that Rocksteady was working on a Superman game, but as it turned out, Warner Bros. Montreal was in some ways developing a game for the Man of Steel based on the concept art that surfaced.
We know Warner Bros. Montreal is working on another AAA game, and a recent job advertisement seems to suggest it might be Superman. The Arkham Channel noted that Warner Bros. Montreal's job openings indicate that the studio is working on an "open world third party action game" that includes a new "IP, AAA title". If the studio was working on a Superman project, it could be. Even if it was a Superman game, it probably won't be revealed for a while.
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Here is the recap for Gotham Knights from Warner Bros. Montreal:
Batman is dead. It is now up to the Batman family – Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood and Robin – to protect Gotham City, bring hope to its citizens, discipline their policemen and frighten their criminals. You have to develop into the new Dark Knight and save Gotham from chaos.
Gotham Knights is slated for 2021 and can be played on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC.
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Source: The Arkham Channel
Ryden's affection for all things DC, Marvel, and Star Wars has led him to join Heroic Hollywood as a news editor for entertainment journalism.