Suicide Squad Game Has Been Cancelled, Apparently

By   /   Dec 20, 2016
Suicide Squad Game

Warner Bros. Montreal, the team behind Batman Arkham Origins, was developing a Suicide Squad Game. Kotaku has recently claimed that this project has now been cancelled, since Warner Bros. wasn’t impressed with it.

The team is now working on a solo game focused on Damian Wayne, Batman’s son. At the current state, we don’t have further information about it, but we can’t wait to see some actual gameplay.

Talking about Batman games, Warner Bros. Montreal could have leaked photo of an announced game.

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As noted by Arkhamverse forum user BiGbAdBaTz, WB Montreal released a recruiting in video, in which we could clearly see Batman hiding behind cars and some locations from Gotham City (maybe?).

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By the way, Batman Return to Arkham patch 1.02 has been released, featuring 30 FPS cap for both PS4 and the PS4 Pro.

The overall feeling is pretty good and you will finally be able to see the difference when playing this game rather than in the past. You can now play it as a real PS4 game.

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Anyhow, what would you expect from the upcoming Batman game? Would you prefer to play as Damian instead?

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Batman Return to Arkham is a remastered version of the first two chapter from the Arkham series, Batman Arkham Asylum and Batman Arkham City, developed by Rocksteady Studios and Virtuos for PS4. Suicide Squad game project doesn’t exist anymore.