Thus Spoke Batman: WB has no intention to continue the Arkham Series

'I can't believe they're not going to do another one, but they're not,' says Kevin Conroy on Batman Arkham games

You could attribute the growth of Warner Bros. The fact that Roger Craig Smith voiced Batman in Warner Bros.

Kevin Conroy is likely the most beloved actor ever to take on the role of Batman/Bruce Wayne, and he had some things to say this weekend about the future of the Batman: Arkham series.

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.

According to voice actor Kevin Conroy - well known for being the voice of Batman in the animated series, as well as most games - we're not getting any more Arkham games.

A fan who attended Wizard Con recorded footage of Conroy being asked about the possibility of a new game in the Arkham series.

One of the big unknowns at the moment is what exactly Rocksteady Games is working on. Isn't that unbelievable? They made literally billions of dollars on those games, but uh no, there's no plan to do another one.

That's a sore point for me.

Story-wise, Arkham Knight definitively concluded all that had come before it, however Arkham Origins-developed by WB Games Montreal and not Rocksteady-provided a side venture the main series failed to explore. Conroy voiced Batman for every Arkham game, except for Arkham Origins. Would you like another one though?

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