Tue, May 21, 2013 | 14:02 BST
Kevin Conroy not starring in Batman: Arkham Origins, but another Arkham game in the works
Kevin Conroy will not be the voice of the Dark Knight in Batman: Arkham Origins, according to a tweet from the man himself. Apparently, there was some confusion over his inclusion in the game during Dallas Comic Con over the weekend.
During a Q&A at the event, Conroy said he was he voice of Batman in a new Arkham game, but it’s not Arkham Origins because Roger Craig Smith, who voiced Assassin’s Creed’s Ezio Auditore will be supplying the voice.
To clear things up, Conroy took to Twitter stating: “Confusion in Dallas. I am in new Arkham game coming soon, not Arkham Origins coming this fall.”
His tweet was since deleted,
but not before Batman-News.com nabbed a screencap of it.
We can only surmise that his deletion of the tweet was due to him stating something he wasn’t supposed to yet: another Batman game is in the works at Warner.
Like Eurogamer, we’re going to guess that said game will be out sometime next year and will be helmed by Rocksteady – unless it’s an entirely different Batman game from an entirely different studio at Warner.
Whatever the case may be, there’s at least another game starring Bruce Wayne’s alter ego in the works.