Batman: Arkham Knight was released back in June, but sales were suspended after its performance was heavily criticised. Interactive Entertainment recently teased that this does not necessarily imply it will be the final one of Batman.
In an interview with PlayStation Blog, Vice President of product development for the Arkham and DC comic games at WBIE, Ames Kirshen, talked about how important Batman is for the company. However, as Warner Bros.
Kirshen then emphasized that the company now has no plans for the caped crusader and future games that will feature the character. According to Warner Bros., all the DLC support that has been released to date for consoles will also be included.
While this year’s epic showdown Batman: Arkham Knight signalled the end of Rocksteady Studio’s Arkham story arc, publishers Warner Bros have stated that there is a limitless potential still left within the Dark Knight’s action-packed universe.
“Batman: Arkham Knight” is now accessible in a variety of online stores and retail outlets. “We take these issues very seriously and have therefore chose to suspend future game sales of the PC version while we work to address these issues to satisfy our quality standards”. As for the PC version, it will reportedly be available again “in the coming weeks”.