We all know a new Batman game is in the works. It's the gaming industries worst kept secret at this point.
Warner Bros Montreal are the development team supposedly behind the game. We say supposedly, it hasn't been confirmed yet, but we all know that's what they're doing after teasing their involving for months on end.
Although Rocksteady’s Arkham trilogy is pretty much done and dusted, with the UK developers now working on something else, we would imagine that Warner Bros Montreal's new game is still in the same universe; in a similar scenario to Arkham Origins, which was a prequel to the mainline games.
Earlier this week, another Batman teaser was posted by Warner Bros Montreal, much to the annoyance of most fans.
Having repeatedly teased the game last year, many fans had imagined a full reveal would have already been shown by now.
But here we are, January 12, 2020 without so much of a single frame of footage to placate fans.
And the longer this slow reveal goes on, the more likely that the game could, potentially, be a new game for PS5 and Xbox Series X.
If not necessarily exclusive to the next-gen systems, then certainly something which releases as a cross-gen title.
The thing is, whilst we can likely imagine what a game in this universe might look like, it'll be particularly intriguing to know just how good a new Arkham game might look.
We say that because – with the exception of Rocksteady's Batman Arkham VR game – it's coming up on five years since the release of the last Arkham game, 'Batman Arkham Knight' in 2015.
And surprisingly, yes, video game graphics have come on some way since then.
Well, since Warner Bros Montreal don't look like they're going to show us anything soon then maybe the below video might please appease fans.
Video game character artist Ruslan Gadzhiev has created a real-time 3D game model of Christian Bale as The Dark Knight.
The video has been made utilising Unreal Engine 4 and as such gives a tantalising tease of what the PS5 or Xbox Series X could produce for our next-gen Dark Knight.
Whilst we can't say for certain that the caped crusader will look precisely like this – for instance we might expect Arkham's Bruce Wayne to have a more bulky build – we can certainly imagine that the the fidelity will be close, especially given how terrific Hellblade 2's footage looked.
Source: Read Full Article