Arkham Crisis could be Rocksteady Studios’ next Batman game

January 30, 2019 — by Nikhil "Nagobai" Nagvekar0

According to a new rumor, Rocksteady Studios could further its Arkham-verse franchise with a new video game Batman: Arkham Crisis.

As its strictly a rumor and mere speculation at the moment, details regarding the game are few and less trustworthy. According to leaks by a game play-tester, the game is already in development for the last two years and will be announced somewhere around March. The game itself consists of a complex story mode of 12 acts with 1-hour each. Additionally, the play-tester revealed that there will be access to Batwing instead of a Batmobile which can be further be used to engage in combat as well as for transportation in the next chapter following 2015’s Arkham Knight.

Batman: Arkham Crisis is also reported to have a separate co-op mode with multiple deep side quests to play through. Many other details like the inclusion of an in-game day/night cycle, a map even bigger than GTA V’s map and a massive multiplayer mode are expected. However, these details can be easily overlooked as they seemingly sound as if a fan could have put them together.

Knowing that Bruce Wayne was outed as Batman and was apparently blown up at his manor at the end of the last game, no one knows whether Arkham Crisis will be a prequel or a sequel to the previous game. That being said Rocksteady Studios is definitely working on something. Whether its a new Arkham Universe game focused on Court of Owls is yet to be seen.




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