Warner Bros. Montreal Might Have Worked On A Suicide Squad Game; What About Now?

Warner Bros.’ Montreal studio’s two games got somewhat revealed.

Kotaku wrote about how the developers of Batman: Arkham Origins were developing a Suicide Squad game without announcing it, but this project got canned after being in troubled development for two years, not to mention that Warner’s higher-ups were not impressed with the devs’ work.

They now returned to Batman, but the main character will not be Bruce Wayne, but his son, Damian. Damian Wayne has been the Bat’s sidekick, Robin, in many comic timelines, which might twist the plot a bit in WB Montreal’s game.

In 2015, Warner Bros. Montreal said they were working on two DC Comics-related game, which means one of them was likely the canceled Suicide Squad title. Hopefully, the team will finally reveal the other game shortly after having been silent for years!

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