After the release of the E3 trailer a couple days ago, being that the Arkham franchise is my favorite gaming franchise out there right now, I got into the habit of watching it over, and over again, going over every single second of amazing footage due to my highened excitment for the game. Long story short, during one of my hundreds of reviewing of the footage I noticed something interesting on the wall at about the 2:20 mark, which is when batman is fighting the unmanned tanks in the trailer. After he tears through most of the tanks, and starts lining up his shot to take out the last three, if you pause the video, and look at the wall just to the left of the batmobile you'll notice a very fimiliar symbol from last years Batman: Arkham Origins....the logo of none other then anarchy. Below I have included my photo evidence of this.
I know what you're thinking, and yes...this is very anticlimatic. I said a villain, I never said a good one. Now I recognize the fact that this could also just be a clever easter egg, or even some vandalism completely unrelated to the character, though due to the fact that he was in Origins just last year, and his whole trademark was an anarchy symbol spraypainted on the walls of gotham, I don't believe that. I think that a very easy explaination could be that when WB: Montreal started work on Origins that they could have decided to include some characters that they knew about being involved in Batman: Arkham Knight, which would have been in development for about two years at that point. Honestly I'm hoping that's the case, because I think anything meh from Origins that turned up in Knight would be amazing due to it being in rocksteady's hands. I will also include the trailer below so that you can see it in action, and also, because it's amazing.
So what do you think? Is he in it, is this an easter egg, or has ole koolaidbag lost his marbles? Any other characters unannounced that you would like to see? Tell me below.
This is koolaidbag signing out. May the force be with you, live long and prosper, and excelsior!