‘Batman Arkham Legacy’ Game Reportedly Coming, Entire Batfamily Playable

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The next installment in the popular Batman Arkham franchise could be on the way.


The next entry in the critically successful video game franchise is rumored to be titled Arkham Legacy and will make the whole Bat-family playable.

The title was revealed on Twitter by games industry insider WabiSabi. Sabi alluded to the game being referred to as Arkham Legacy while also implying that Batman’s cast of allies will each be playable, writing that it “seems to be legit.”


Sabi has proven to have a credible track record following several E3 2019 leaks being confirmed to be true. She was also previously threatened with legal action by Nintendo during the trade show after revealing details about their press conference.

Discussion of a new installment in the Batman Arkham franchise recently gained some steam last month following Warner Bros. Games Montreal posted a short video on their Twitter page that featured symbols from the Court of Owls. The video seemingly confirmed rumors from last year that the Court of Owls would serve as the main antagonists for the game. In the comics, the Court of Owls is a secretive criminal organization that first appeared in Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s Batman run.

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