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Rocksteady Studios, the team behind the Batman Arkham series released its last game way back in 2015 - with the release of Batman: Arkham Knight. Since then it has been working on something new, with rumours speculating that it will once again take place in the DC universe but focus on Superman. Well, whatever it may be the studio is still hiring for the project and it will most likely skip this current generation.

If the job listings are to be believed then the mention of "AAA Title on the next generation platforms" is most likely in reference to whatever comes next for Xbox and PlayStation. As it has been three years since the release of Arkham Knight, whatever Rocksteady is working on seems to be heating up as the studio is hiring for well over a dozen positions across a wide range of fields - with confirmation that the new game is once again being developed in partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

Perhaps creating a Superman game has proved to be a lot harder than anticipated. Some of the jobs are listed as fixed or two-year contracts which could also be hinting at a potential 2020 release window which would possibly put it in line with the launch of the next generation of consoles.



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