DC FanDome Panels To Spotlight New Suicide Squad And Batman Games
With the coronavirus pandemic causing the cancellation of the normal big conventions and press events where major media companies would make their big new announcements this year, independent digital events have been the go-to strategy for these industry giants. With SDCC also going digital, Warner Bros. opted to host their own digital event, and now that the DC FanDome schedule has been revealed, it appears two new big DC video games will be featured.
The panels will cover a wide variety of media projects under the DC Comics umbrella, including movies, TV, and even video games. One panel confirmed for 8pm ET on Saturday, August 22nd is the recently revealed Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League game by Rocksteady Studios. The only thing currently known about the panel is that it will be hosted by Will Arnett, best known as the voice of Lego Batman. Presumably, developers from Rocksteady will be present also.
— Rocksteady Studios (@RocksteadyGames) August 7, 2020
Also confirmed for a DC FanDome panel is a mystery game announcement by the Warner Bros. Montreal studio. After several rumors, leaks, and hints directly from WB Montreal themselves, many believe that this will be a new Batman game. These teases have hinted that the Batman game would feature the Court of Owls in the storyline. The Warner Bros. Montreal panel will be live-streamed also on Saturday August 22nd at 1:30pm ET, and will feature a Q&A session related to the new game. These are two new exciting games, and hopefully they provide enough information about their respective visions. They’ll definitely be better than Superman 64, that’s for sure.
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