New Batman Game Teased Yet Again By Warner Bros. Montreal
A new game featuring the DC universe has been rumored to be in the woks for a number of months now, with varying speculation premising the release of a handful of potential Batman adventures. The most recent of these hypothesized titles is a comic adaptation featuring ominous villain group the Court of Owls, a speculation that’s been mounting following several teases from WB Games Montreal.
The studio has now come forward with yet another tease regarding their next project, this time by way of game director Geoff Ellenor. Recently extending some Holiday cheer over Twitter, Ellenor shared a animated gif featuring members of the WB team celebrating their secretive project, humorously displaying the word “redacted” in its place. Check it out below.
— Geoff Ellenor 🕹 (@gellenor) December 15, 2018
This innocuous tease may seem unrelated to any sort of Batman game, but this isn’t the first time the “redacted” phrase has made an appearance from WB Montreal staff. It was earlier this month when a Court of Owls t-shirt was shared on social media coupled with the same method of redaction. Perhaps this latest tease could be a sly callback to the telling piece of comic book wear, but it’s also possible WB is engaging in a bit of trolling, a practice not unheard of in this day and age.
Both obvi. 😎
— Geoff Ellenor 🕹 (@gellenor) December 22, 2018
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