"Isn't that awesome?" said Conroy at Wizard World Nashville (via Batman-News).
Kevin Conroy, the one true voice of Batman, had some disappointing news for fans of the caped crusader at a Q&A event last week.
Kevin Conroy, who voiced Batman in all Arkham games, confirmed that Warner has no plans for more games to the audience of Nashville Wizard World Comic Con.
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Games had any plans to do another Batman: Arkham game. Speaking at Comic Con, Konroy said (via Arkhamverse), "You know, I can't believe that they're not gonna do another one, but they're not". Isn't that incredible? It's... they made literally billions of dollars on those games. The highly anticipated addition of this legendary vehicle, combined with the acclaimed gameplay of the Arkham series, offers gamers the ultimate and complete Batman experience as they tear through the streets and soar across the skyline of the entirety of Gotham City. And while it's obvious there will be more Batman AAA games in the future, perhaps by that point it makes more sense to start from zero instead of continue the current series.
This could mean one of two things. In fact, it is entirely possible that a new Batman game is developed by Warner Bros., but just that it is not branded Batman: Arkham.
KitGuru Says: I am a huge fan of the Arkham series and while I don't want to see it milked for all it is worth, part of me still wants to see more from it.