BATMAN: ARKHAM ORIGINS Trailer Shows Deathstroke, Green Arrow And No Conroy Voice As BATMAN
On 21 May 2013
After last week’s short teaser, WB Games Montreal has reveal the full trailer for the video game “Batman: Arkham Origins". The game will be released on October, 25 this year and it’s a prequel to the “Batman: Arkham” according to CBR TV.
The trailer is not gameplay featured but it shows appearances of some of the greatest DC Comics characters such as Green Arrow, Deathstroke the Terminator, Deadshot and Black Mask.
Warner Bros. spokesman confirmed that Roger Craig Smith is the voice of Batman even if last weekend Kevin Conroy said at Dallas Comic Con that he is working on the game “I still can’t say anything about it [...] but it’s amazing. It’s a huge, huge cast, and a big story, and it took almost a year to write and put together. They’ve been working on it for a long time.”
Conroy has been the voice of Batman since…forever. He worked on “Justice League: Doom”,” Batman Arkham City”, “Batman: The Brave and the Bold”, “Superman/Batman: Public Enemies”, “Gotham Knight” and almost every Batman game. Troy Baker is said to voice Joker.
Warner Bros admitted that Conroy will have his part but not as Batman. Anyway, WB Games Montreal have replaced "Arkham Asylum" and "Arkham City" developers Rocksteady Games, and Paul Dini, writer of both previous games, will not return for "Origins."
In “Arkham Origins”, world’s greatest assassins come to Gotham City on Christmas Eve to kill Batman.
We know the visuals are going to be amazing, the story even greatest and intriguing than before and now we found out that customers who pre-order the game will have the ability to play as Deathstroke.
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