Rocksteady Will Not Be Showing Their Next Game At San Diego Comic Con Next Week

As for when we'll get to learn more about the game, the company's Studio Director said, "You'll know when it's time."

Posted By | On 12th, Jul. 2018

Rocksteady are the developers best known as the team behind the popular Batman: Arkham series, and it has been a while since their last release. Since San Diego Comic Con is set to take place soon from July 19 to July 22, you may be wondering whether they will show a new game at the event. However, the company’s Studio Director took to Twitter to confirm that that won’t be the case.

The studio’s last major project was Batman: Arkham VR for the PS VR and this was released back in 2016. However, it looks like they are not yet ready to discuss what they are currently working on. If you want to know when they will be revealing more details, the Studio Director Jamie Walker only stated, “You will know when it’s time.” They stated something along similar lines even when they hadn’t shown their new project at E3 back in June. Given the high quality of the studio’s past games, we’re certain that many fans will be excited to see what they come up with next.

Hopefully, we’ll get to know more about what they’re currently working on soon enough.


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