According to voice actor Kevin Conroy – well-known for being the voice of Batman within the animated collection, in addition to most video games – we’re not getting any extra Arkham video games.
Conroy attended the Nashville Wizard World Comic Con lately and was requested throughout a panel if he is aware of about any plans to make any extra Batman Arkham video games or expansions of any sort, and his reply was no.
“You know, I can’t believe that they’re not going to do another one, but they’re not. Isn’t that amazing?” he advised the viewers. “It’s… they made literally billions of dollars on those games. But, no, there’s no plan to do another one. Sorry.”
Here’s the clip of an viewers member asking him, by way of Matt Sifford.
— Matt Sifford (@KAOTIC24) September 9, 2017
It’s not clear if Conroy was particularly referring to the Rocksteady-made, mainline Arkham collection, or to the Arkham franchise as a complete. Though he did star in all three video games, Warner Bros. Montreal made one other one – the prequel Arkham Origins, which most undoubtedly didn’t have him taking part in Batman.
Still, it’s been some time since we’ve heard something from Rocksteady, or Warner Bros. Montreal for that matter, a few new comedian guide recreation. It’d be disappointing if Rocksteady’s subsequent recreation is one other one about Batman, although.