WB Montreal Teases Batman Iconography in Mysterious Tweet

WB Montreal Teases Batman Iconography in Mysterious Tweet

Especially when combined with two other images they released.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jan 10, 2020 @ 08:53 AM (Staff Bios)
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Something Arkham is coming. Warner Bros Montréal appears to be teasing new game content relating to the Batman: Arkham series.

WB Games Montréal, a Canada-based subsidiary of Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, recently posted a teaser on Twitter. The image shows a portion of an emblem. Their Instagram and Facebook pages posted similar images, but with different sections of the emblem. Combining the three forms the following image.

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This follows a similar tweet back in September, which showcased three different emblems, transforming into each other.

Both tweets shared the same caption. "Cape sur la nuit / Capture the Knight."

It's hard to tell what all of this means. The icon looks similar to the Gotham Police department. But even then, that's not enough to draw any conclusions.

What we CAN safely say is that WB Montréal is absolutely working on a new Batman game. They are the same team that developed Batman: Arkham Origins and have developed a few expansions for previous Arkham games.

Stay tuned.

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