We get news of a second Batman Arkham video game being developed as Kevin Conroy has inadvertently revealed the news when rumors hit about the voice actor being a part of the latest game, Batman: Arkham Origins.
Conroy voiced Batman in both the Batman Arkham City and Asylum games, and recently it hit the net he was involved with Origins, which is a prequel to both.
Kevin Conroy took to his Twitter to clear up the confusion, and in doing so, revealed he is actually involved in another Batman Arkham video game. The tweet has since been deleted.
Confusion in Dallas! I am in a new ARKHAM GAME coming soon, NOT ARKHAM ORIGINS coming this Fall.
Batman: Arkham Origins is actually being developed by a different studio then the two predecessors -- WB's Montreal studio and not Rocksteady.
With Kevin Conroy back as Batman, could Rocksteady be doing a new video game that takes place after Arkham City?
Previously, a rep for WB stated that in doing the Batman prequel, it left room for Rocksteady to continue with their story which could be set after Akrham City.
Roger Craig Smith will be voicing Batman in Arkham Origins, which gets released in October.