VIDEO GAMES: BATMAN: ARKHAM Developer Rocksteady Confirms They're Not Working On A SUPERMAN Game

VIDEO GAMES: BATMAN: ARKHAM Developer Rocksteady Confirms They're Not Working On A SUPERMAN Game

VIDEO GAMES: BATMAN: ARKHAM Developer Rocksteady Confirms They're Not Working On A SUPERMAN Game

Fans awaiting Rocksteady Studios' next game will have to hold out a little longer as it's now been confirmed they will not be participating in The Game Awards and that their next title won't be Superman..

Rocksteady Studios, the developer behind the acclaimed Batman: Arkham series, has been long-rumored to be working on a new game based on DC's iconic superhero Superman. But after months of speculation, those rumors have finally be squashed.

Ahead The Game Awards next week, Rocksteady co-founder and game director Sefton Hill posted a brief message. In an attempt to temper any expectations, Hill confirmed there will not be any announcements coming from the studio at the show. And while he did say that the team is "hard at work in our development bunker," he finally confirmed that their next game will not be Superman.

This is a bitter pill to swallow for fans who were hoping we might finally get a proper game dedicated to the Man of Steel. But while the news is certainly disappointing, there's still plenty of reason to tune into The Game Awards on Thursday.

For starters, Hideo Kojima, 20th Century Fox, and the official Game Awards Twitter accounts have been posting cryptic tweets regarding the Alien franchise, with rumors pointing towards a game called Alien: Blackout being revealed. Furthermore, Avengers 4 directors Joe and Anthony Russo will be making an appearance during the live stream, sparking speculation that we could be getting either a new trailer for the highly anticipated movie or at least a proper unveiling of Square Enix's intriguing game, The Avengers Project.
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