Dax Ginn from Rocksteady, developer on Batman: Arkham City, has mentioned that the studio wants to continue making games revolving around the caped crusader once the work on Arkham City is completed. “I feel like we’re in a real sweet spot with the games that we’re making, the opportunities that we have so I don’t really want that to change," he said in an interview with CVG.
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"There’s no other character that’s as awesome as Batman who’s got such an incredible rogues gallery, who’s got such and amazing structure for gameplay,” he explained. “All it takes is to give a guy an assault rifle and it changes the entire nature of combat.
While Warner Bros holds the license to Batman, I'm pretty sure that the company is more than pleased with what Rocksteady's done with the character. They know how to develop for this rich character to his core, and it doesn't seem like the fans couldn't be more excited for Arkham City, coming out on October 18.
“I think as long as we’re still enjoying it and as long as we feel we can contribute to the Batman universe… That’s how it feels. There’s some amazing stuff going on with Batman all around the world at the moment and we feel as though we’re making our own little contribution in the form of the Arkham-verse.”
Hopefully that means that Rocksteady and WB's relationship will continue in the future. I know that Arkham City isn't even out yet, but from what you've heard of the game, would you be interested in a third iteration of the series? Let us know!
Batman: Arkham City is coming out October 18 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and for the PC in November.