Suicide Squad Game, Not Gotham Knights, Continues The Arkham Games’ Story

In case you’re searching for the continuation of the story set up in Batman: Arkham Asylum, Arkham City, and Arkham Knight, it’s not in the up and coming WB Montreal game featuring the Bat-family that all the more intently looks like those titles. As we learned at DC FanDome, it’s Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League that is a continuation of the Arkhamverse.

As uncovered during the Suicide Squad game’s board, Kill the Justice League proceeds with the account set up in the past Rocksteady Arkham games. A portion of the story strings set up in that set of three will be gotten here, despite the fact that points of interest weren’t shared. We do know the game recounts to a unique story where they’re obviously entrusted with bringing down the Justice League, including Superman.


Then again, Gotham Knights won’t be- – WB Games Montreal told ComicBook, “Gotham Knights is a unique story set in DC’s Batman Universe and not associated with the Arkham arrangement.”

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This news may come as to some degree a shock, given that Kill the Justice League seems to have a more happy tone of the two games. In any case, as it were, it bodes well: Kill the Justice League is the new game from Rocksteady, though Gotham Knights originates from WB Games Montreal. The last studio developed Batman: Arkham Origins, yet that is not viewed as a major aspect of the center set of three of Arkham games.

Shockingly, this implies it’ll be some time yet before the Arkham story is proceeded – Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will be delivered in 2022 for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X. Gotham Knights, then again, will deliver in 2021 for PC, PS4, Xbox Series X, PS4, and Xbox One.