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Warner Bros Montreal releases a new teaser image for its upcoming Batman game

A lot of gamers were expecting Warner Bros to reveal its new Batman game at the VGA 2019. However, and as it was hinted by some insiders, this did not happen. And today, Warner Bros released a brand new teaser image for its upcoming Batman game. What’s cool here is that the logo/banner was in three different images that were released via its Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

This image does not show much, so don’t expect anything mind-blowing. The description of this banner is “Capture the Knight”, something that should be obviously a hint about this new Batman game.

By combining these images, you get the full logo/banner that you can find below. I’m positive that this banner features some hints. As such, I expect the Batman community to study it until Warner Bros officially reveals the game. Though to be honest, this feels more like a Justice League than a Batman logo. On the other hand, the logo also features an Owl feet. So yeah, let the speculations begin.

From what we’ve heard so far, Warner Bros Montreal is most likely working on a Court of Owls game. In December 2018, WB Montreal’s Assistant Producer shared an image of a T-shirt that featured a logo almost identical to the Court of Owls symbol. In September 2019, Scott Snyder, creator of Court of Owls, also hinted at this game. Its latest rumour suggested that the whole Batman family will also be playable.

According to rumours, this new Batman game will be officially announced/revealed in the first quarter of 2020. Again, this is a mere rumour and nothing more.

Stay tuned for more!

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