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Warner Bros will most likely officially reveal new Batman & Rocksteady’s games on August 22nd

Warner Bros has just announced that on August 22nd, it will welcome fans everywhere into the DC FanDome; a free? virtual fan experience where no badge is required. During this event, Warner Bros plans to reveal new DC games.

As the press release reads:

“The DC FanDome is the? ?place to hear highly anticipated announcements and the latest news, see exclusive footage, and venture into themed worlds designed to entertain everyone from movie and TV superfans to gamers and readers, to families and kids. Expect special presentations to engage fans in every time zone across the globe.”

Back in March 2020, Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier revealed that Warner Bros planned to reveal new games at E3 2020. And, from the looks of it, the big publisher will be indeed revealing its upcoming games this Summer.

From what we know so far, Warner Bros may reveal a new Batman game during this event. Moreover, we may also get our first glimpse at what Rocksteady has been working on. Warner Bros has been hinting at this new Batman game for a while, so let’s hope that the publisher will not drop the ball… again.

Now while we can expect these two DC games two be revealed at the DC FanDome, we are still on the dark regarding the Harry Potter game. Warner Bros planned to reveal it at E3 2020. Thus, we may see this game in either Microsoft’s or Sony’s upcoming events. Microsoft’s Xbox Series X event will take place in July 2020. On the other hand, Sony may hold a new event this August.

Stay tuned for more!

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