Yesterday's Batman Day is largely an advertising invitation, even though it does in fact recall the 80th year of Caped Crusader's first appearance. And that's exactly what happens in this teaser video by WB Games Montreal, creators of Batman: Arkham Origins .
WB Montreal seems to be teasing a new Batman game. In this video, icons that look like an impossibility are flashing. This is the first time since 2015 that they have tweeted !!!
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These three bad frames are clearly intentional and Bat fans are drawn to see out what they can relate to. Speculation has fallen on the Court of Owls as behind a symbol, and Ra's al Ghul as the meaning of another.
It makes much more sense in the context of this tweet of a year ago, in which a WB Montreal developer purposely unintentionally displayed a shirt logo that resembled one of the flashes or at least contained an owl.
Rocksteady Studios stood behind three of the four Batman: Arkham Games – 2009 Asylum 2011's City and 2015's Knight the should complete the video arc. WB Montreal appeared in 2013 with Origins which garnered OK reviews and was considered an incremental entry in the series, it just happens that we get some . The showcase of PlayStation is on Tuesday.