Kevin Conroy Says We Aren’t Getting Anymore ‘Batman: Arkham’ Games

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When Rocksteady announced that Batman: Arkham Knight would be their last game, fans wondered if WB Games would also be done with the franchise. Considering the fact that WB Montreal worked on Batman: Arkham Origins and the rumored Arkham Insurgency, it seemed like another game was on the way. Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy, who most fans know from the 90's animated series, has since gone on the record to say that WB Games isn't making anymore Arkham titles.

A fan who attended Wizard Con recorded footage of Conroy being asked about the possibility of a new game in the Arkham series. He gave a pretty definitive no for an answer, something he also seemed to be surprised by. Conroy voiced Batman for every Arkham game, except for Arkham Origins.


Since Arkham Knight ended the series, not much has been shared about a new game in the series, aside from the rumored Insurgency, which is still uncertain. The developers of Telltale Games are currently working on their own version of the Caped Crusader in Batman: The Enemy Within.

Though a new game is uncertain, fans can get Batman: Arkham Knight now on PS4 and Xbox One, with a PC version that isn't recommended. Warner Bros also re-released the first two games - Arkham Asylum and Arkham City - on PS4 and Xbox One.

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