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The biggest disappointment from E3 2018 was that Arkham series developer Rocksteady Studios skipped it entirely. At least when San Diego Comic Con kicks off next week, I won’t be disappointed, thanks to a recent tweet from its co-founder and studio director.

Studio director Jamie Walker recently revealed that Rocksteady will be skipping this year’s SDCC and that it “won’t be ready to talk about our next game for a while yet.” Well, just stab me in the heart, Jamie.

Prior to E3 2018, rumors abound that a Rocksteady-developed Superman game would make its debut at the annual gaming convention. Unfortunately, as we now know, that wasn’t the case, and it’s seeming less likely that we’ll even find out what Rocksteady’s working on by the end of the year. Gamescom 2018 seems too soon, but the Game Awards 2018 might be Rocksteady’s last chance to start the hype train before 2019.

What we do know is that, whatever Rocksteady is working on, it will have some sort of online component. On June 29th, the studio posted a “Help Wanted” ad on Twitter for several positions, including a senior network coder. An online Superman game seems likely, considering the Man of Steel isn’t well known for having sidekicks. However, a mo-cap session that Rocksteady held earlier this year seemed to hint that the studio was working on a Justice League game, which would seem like the perfect opportunity to incorporate online cooperative multiplayer.

Hey, I said I wouldn’t write anymore Superman game rumor stories, but I never said anything about Justice League game rumor stories.

Source: Game Rant

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Batman: Arkham dev says its next game reveal is still a ways off

Don't expect to see the rumored Superman game from Rocksteady at San Diego Comic Con 2018.

By Michael Goroff | 07/12/2018 11:30 AM PT

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The biggest disappointment from E3 2018 was that Arkham series developer Rocksteady Studios skipped it entirely. At least when San Diego Comic Con kicks off next week, I won’t be disappointed, thanks to a recent tweet from its co-founder and studio director.

Studio director Jamie Walker recently revealed that Rocksteady will be skipping this year’s SDCC and that it “won’t be ready to talk about our next game for a while yet.” Well, just stab me in the heart, Jamie.

Prior to E3 2018, rumors abound that a Rocksteady-developed Superman game would make its debut at the annual gaming convention. Unfortunately, as we now know, that wasn’t the case, and it’s seeming less likely that we’ll even find out what Rocksteady’s working on by the end of the year. Gamescom 2018 seems too soon, but the Game Awards 2018 might be Rocksteady’s last chance to start the hype train before 2019.

What we do know is that, whatever Rocksteady is working on, it will have some sort of online component. On June 29th, the studio posted a “Help Wanted” ad on Twitter for several positions, including a senior network coder. An online Superman game seems likely, considering the Man of Steel isn’t well known for having sidekicks. However, a mo-cap session that Rocksteady held earlier this year seemed to hint that the studio was working on a Justice League game, which would seem like the perfect opportunity to incorporate online cooperative multiplayer.

Hey, I said I wouldn’t write anymore Superman game rumor stories, but I never said anything about Justice League game rumor stories.

Source: Game Rant

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About Michael Goroff

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Michael Goroff has been gaming for almost three decades. He's a lover of all games and systems, but he mostly plays Xbox. That being said, if he's a fanboy, he's a fanboy for the game industry as a whole. Spit white-hot fanboy hate at him, trash talk his Gold II rank on Rocket League, or maybe just send him a cordial hello on Twitter @gogogoroff.