Batman Day, yesterday, is largely promotional observance, even if it actually marks the 80th year since the first appearance of the Caped Crusader. And that's exactly what happens here in this hooked video from WB Games Montreal, creators of Batman: Arkham Origins .
WB Montreal seems annoying with Batman's new incoming game. This video flashes characters that seem to be a teaser. This is the first time they've tweeted since 2015 !!!
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These three glossy frames are clearly deliberate and Bat-Fans pulls them in for to see what they can refer to. Speculation fell to the Owls Court as behind one symbol, and to Ra Gul Al the meaning of another.
It makes a lot more sense in the context of this tweet from a year ago, in which a deliberate WB Montreal developer inadvertently displayed a shirt logo, which sort of resembles one of the glittering flashes, or at least happens to have an owl in it. Rocksteady Studios was behind three of the four Batman games: Arkham – 2009 Asylum 2011 City and 2015 Knight who had to close the rainbow of video games. WB Montreal entered with Origins in 2013, which collected OK reviews and was viewed more as a gradual entry into the series.
Annoyance, as deliberate as it probably means that the news is sooner than later, and it just so happens that we get some of it . The PlayStation status window is on Tuesday.