Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Knight has only been out for a few weeks, and already we've got rumors and reports about what's next for DC Comics' heroes in the video game world. While there have been reports about a Justice League or Superman game for almost as long as the Batman: Arkham series has been successful, nothing substantial has ever turned up. A few different developers not named Rocksteady tried their hands at Superman and Flash games for the previous generation, but those never saw the light of day, leaving us with Batman: Arkham as the only non-MMO console experience. Now, just days before San Diego Comic-Con is set to kick off, new rumors have surfaced that a Superman game is actually in the works... from someone. Maybe. That's part of the problem with the rumor mill; it's just too easy to fake things these days. Keeping that in mind, let's take a look at this purported leak and see if there's any possible truth to the idea that there's a new Superman game currently in development.
Batman: Arkham Knight
Barbara Gordon is going to take the spotlight this month in Batgirl: A Matter of Family, the first story driven DLC add-on for Batman: Arkham Knight.
Inside sources claim that Warner Bros. was well aware of Batman: Arkham Knight's crippling and glitch-ridden issues for months before its PC version launched.
While the PC launch version of Batman: Arkham Knight is definitely not the game we needed, Rocksteady has taken steps to make it the game we deserve.
Rocksteady Studios' Batman: Arkham Knight has been a long time coming. Since Batman: Arkham Asylum's release, Rocksteady has been tinkering with the formula that made that first game so successful, and the culmination of those efforts can be seen in Batman: Arkham Knight. The combat so many competitors have aped is as sharp as ever, the breadth and scope of Gotham City is staggering, and the presentation is absolutely eye-popping. The inclusion of the Batmobile, divisive as it may be, for the fist time shows that Rocksteady is willing to take big chances even with its final word on the franchise. Despite its over-reliance on a few new tricks, Batman: Arkham Knight is a stellar game that cements Rocksteady Studios as one of the premiere action game developers of the modern era.
Numerous players are reporting that the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight is suffering various frame rate and performance issues during gameplay.
Let Commissioner Gordon's cryptic description of the Caped Crusader's demise set the tone for Batman: Arkham Knight in this epic launch trailer.
Watch the Dark Knight thwart a bank robbery and apprehend Firefly in this impressive Batman: Arkham Knight Insider video.
If you pay attention, the opening scenes of Batman: Arkham Knight could potentially give away a major plot reveal later on in the game. Nevertheless, welcome to Gotham. We hope you like crimes and capes.
The Batmobile Edition of Batman: Arkham Knight has been cancelled just days before the game's launch and we have some new news about its DLC.