Batman: Arkham Origins – Kevin Conroy Returns, Deathstroke Will Be A Playable Character [UPDATE]

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Batman fans, we got some great news for you today. Kevin Conroy has just revealed – in a Q&A session at Dallas Comic-Con, spotted by Pixelenemy – that he has been working with Warner Bros on the “next Arkham game” for the past nine or ten months. Conroy said that he was under NDA and that’s the reason why he could not speak about his appearance in Batman: Arkham Origins. 
Our reader Sid Spyker has also informed about an interesting… DLC. According to the following image, Deathstroke will be a playable character via his own DLC. This DLC will be made available to all those who pre-order the game from Amazon, though we are pretty sure that this DLC will be made available for purchase for all users after the game’s release.

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Batman: Arkham Origins is planned for an October 25th release on PC, X360 and PS3. Warner Bros will also reveal a full length CG trailer for it today, so stay tuned for more!
UPDATE:
Our reader Sid Spyker has informed about some new information regarding Kevin Conroy. According to IGN, ‘Roger Craig Smith is confirmed as the voice of Batman and Troy Baker is confirmed as the voice of The Joker in Batman: Arkham Origins.
On his Twitter, Conroy said that he’s working in a new Arkham game that is coming soon, but that game is ‘NOT ARKHAM ORIGINS coming this fall.’ This either means that Conroy will star in Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate (a 3DS title) or in a next-gen Arkham game.

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