Rocksteady’s Next Game Leaked?

We have a detailed rumour this time around, which has the possibility of it being a major hoax.

Aside from the next Xbox, this rumour also showed up on 4chan. The game could be called Justice League: Crisis, Justice League: New Crisis, or Justice League: Infinite Crisis. It is in development for the Xbox Scarlett, the PlayStation 5, and PC. And here’s when we got surprised: apparently, Sony plans to announce the PlayStation 5 early next year.

The game would be single-player or co-op. You can switch between characters (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash (possibly Wally), Green Lantern (Hal), Cyborg, Aquaman) like in Arkham Knight. All the heroes are close to being „rookies:” Batman’s still considered an urban legend outside of Gotham, Superman isn’t the „world protector” yet, Wonder Woman is still on Themyscira, Aquaman’s still in the sea, Green Lantern is in space, and Flash isn’t even a hero yet.

The campaign can be played both ways, but there’s also a different game mode catered to multiplayer. The game would use the Game-as-a-Service model (likely due to Warner enforcing them?), which would mean a lot of DLC, and they’d have a similar approach to episodic DLC like Hitman. The gameplay would be similar to the Arkham games with more refinements and „being more open” than the Batman games. The superheroes – who are capable of it in comics and movies – could also fly…

The game would be set in Metropolis, Gotham, and Keystone (possibly due to Wally), and other locations would be coming via DLC. Each city is a bit bigger than Arkham Knight, with the same level of detail. The main villain would be Starro, but with the episodic DLC, Brainiac and Darkseid would also come in. The DLC would mostly be new cities and playable characters (Green Arrow, Hawkgirl, Martian Manhunter).

The game is expected to last for years, which means it could follow Destiny’s formula of being updated continuously.

That sounds amazing. Is it true?

Source: Spieltimes

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