Rocksteady confirms No new games at E3 2019

Rocksteady confirms No new games at E3 2019

New batman game

See you at the next E3, maybe?

Rocksteady Studios, the developer behind the Batman: Arkham series, has confirmed that they won't be showing any of their new games at E3 2019, possibly referring to highly awaited new Batman game.

Game director and co-founder of Rocksteady Studios Sefton Hill took to Twitter to break the news following numerous fans asking if the studio would be revealing its first game since 2015's Batman: Arkham Knight at E3.
Unfortunately, Hill confirmed that the team will be remaining in London and working on their next big project.

Hill made a similar announcement for last year's E3 and 2018's The Game Awards. However, Hill did confirm that the studio's new project won't be a Superman game.

Being absent from this year's E3 will undoubtedly start the conversation on whether or not Rocksteady's unknown project is indeed preparing for a next-gen launch on the next Xbox and PlayStation.

Fellow Dark Knight developer Warner Bros Montreal could be returning to Gotham, but without Batman in the spotlight, and that could still be making an appearance at E3. As for Rocksteady, there are hints that it's looking to make a live service game that heavily involves the community.

Keeping up the track record of the studio, including what Batman: Arkham Knight gave to the audience, we are all in for something special when this game is ready. But for now, we'll wait.

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