Good issues come to those that wait.
Rocksteady Studios, the developer behind the Batman: Arkham collection, has confirmed that it will not be exhibiting its new recreation at E3 2019.
Sport director and co-founder of Rocksteady Studios Sefton Hill took to Twitter to interrupt the information following quite a few followers asking if the studio could be revealing its first recreation since 2015’s Batman: Arkham Knight at E3. Sadly, Hill confirmed that the crew can be “remaining in London, laborious at work on [their] subsequent challenge.”
Hill made an analogous announcement for final 12 months’s E3 and 2018’s The Sport Awards. Accompanying The Sport Awards no-show assertion, nevertheless, Hill did verify that the studio’s new challenge wouldn’t be a Superman recreation.
Being absent from this 12 months’s E3 will undoubtedly begin the dialog on whether or not or not Rocksteady’s unknown challenge is certainly getting ready for a next-gen launch on the subsequent Xbox and PlayStation.
No matter Rocksteady’s recreation finally ends up being, if it will probably sustain the monitor report of the studio, together with the 9.2/10 we gave to Batman: Arkham Knight, we’re all in for one thing particular when this recreation is prepared.
For all of the information and video games that can be at E3, remember to take a look at our schedule of each press convention and each confirmed recreation for E3 2019.
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Adam Bankhurst is a information author for IGN who cannot wait to see what they’ve been cooking up. You’ll be able to comply with him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst.