Rocksteady Studios, the developer behind the Batman: Arkham series, has confirmed that it won’t be showing its new game at E3 2019.
Game director and co-founder of Rocksteady Studios Sefton Hill took to Twitter to break the news following numerous fans asking if the studio would be revealing its first game since 2015’s Batman: Arkham Knight at E3. Unfortunately, Hill confirmed that the team will be “remaining in London, hard at work on [their] next project.”
Hill made a similar announcement for last year’s E3 and 2018’s The Game Awards. Accompanying The Game Awards no-show statement, however, Hill did confirm that the studio’s new project would not be a Superman game.
Being absent from this year’s E3 will undoubtedly start the conversation on whether or not Rocksteady’s unknown project is indeed preparing for a next-gen launch on the next Xbox and PlayStation.
Whatever Rocksteady’s game ends up being, if it can keep up the track record of the studio, including the 9.2/10 we gave to Batman: Arkham Knight, we are all in for something special when this game is ready.
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