Potential Justice League Game Details Leaked, Said To Have Multiplayer Focus
Developer Rocksteady Studios may have made their name with the excellent Batman Arkham series, but the game-maker is supposedly looking toward the skies according to a recent rumor. Making the rounds are rumblings of a potential open world Superman game, one that would pull from the source material in the same way as the Arkham series. This solo Man of Steel adventure is apparently only the start, as the game is said to lead directly into a Justice League game, one that would have a big multiplayer focus.
Rumors of a Rocksteady-developed Justice League game have been around for years now, but according to an anonymous 4Chan post, the studio and WB Montreal are finally in the planning stages of a game featuring DC’s iconic superhero team, describing the experience a “joint multiplayer game.” This likely means the game will team-up various players as members of the Justice League, but not much else can be surmised from the disclosed details.
The Justice League game’s minimal details are said to be intentional, as the game is waiting to “nail” the studio’s Superman project first. This is understandable as Superman would conceivably be the most difficult hero to develop, and it’s not as though Batman would need many gameplay tweaks following the Arkham games. The leaker states that more information about both games is set to arrive “a couple weeks before E3,” after which initial gameplay will debut at the event itself.
There has yet to be any official confirmation regarding this rumored Justice League project or corresponding Superman game, so it’s probably best to err on the side of caution and keep plenty of grains of salt on-hand. Even so, the prospect of a multiplayer team-up featuring both the Arkham version of Batman, a similarly-styled Superman, and the rest of the Justice League’s super-powered members is tough not to get excited about. We’ll just have to wait and see when E3 finally rolls around.
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