Rocksteady's co-founder and game director, Sefton Hill, has confirmed the studio will not be making an appearance at The Game Awards, and told his followers that despite the rumours, the studio's latest project is not Superman.
Rocksteady Studios is looking for new staff to help it launch "a highly anticipated upcoming AAA title".
Rocksteady Games, creator of the Batman Arkhamverse, is here at EGX to show off Batman VR - a brand new Batman Arkham experience made after the studio said they were definitely done with Batman.
Batman: Return to Arkham, the remaster of Rocksteady's excellent Batman: Arkham Asylum and its open world follow-up Batman: Arkham City, comes out on 21st October 2016, Warner has announced.
Warner Bros.' delayed Batman: Return to Arkham is being held back until at least November, multiple sources have told Eurogamer.
Warner Bros. has delayed Batman: Return to Arkham.
It was supposed to come out on 29th July. In a statement published to the Warner Bros. Games forum, the publisher did not offer a revised release date.
Here's the statement:
Leaked multiple times by retailers and ratings boards, Batman: Return to Arkham is now finally official.
UPDATE 19th April 2016 9.15am: Batman: Return to Arkham now has a PEGI listing.
Early game footage of the cancelled Dark Knight movie tie-in has come to light, courtesy of Unseen64.
The game was originally due to launch alongside Christopher Nolan's critically-acclaimed film in June 2008, although the only public mention of its existence came when Jim Gordon actor Gary Oldman revealed in an interview he had contributed to the project.
Behind the scenes, Star Wars: Battlefront developer Pandemic was having trouble sticking to its schedule. Matters were complicated further when the studio was acquired by EA.
You can now purchase every Batman: Arkham Game and its DLC on Steam for $9.99 on Bundle Stars.
Batman publisher Warner Bros. Interactive has announced the Arkham Collection, a trilogy pack of games for release next week.
Turns out Warner did have something to say about games in its financial splurge last week. It was news that a new game in the Batman Arkham franchise - the excellent series made by Rocksteady - will be released this year.
UPDATE: Batman: Arkham Asylum developer Rocksteady has contacted Eurogamer with news the issue has now been sorted.
New Nvidia GeForce drivers have been released that improve performance of games Batman: Arkham City, Skyrim, Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3, among others.
Irrational Games is drawing influence from Rocksteady's superb action game Batman: Arkham Asylum as it creates BioShock Infinite.
Batman: Arkham Asylum shocked the BAFTA Video Game Award 2010 audience by winning Best Game - a trophy expected to fall to Uncharted 2. The Rocksteady-developed superhero game also took Best Gameplay.
Warner has avoided confirming whether Robin will be in Batman: Arkham Asylum II.
Square Enix has announced plans to release a special Game of the Year Edition of Batman: Arkham Asylum this month, complete with a 3D viewing option that works on regular TVs.
Warner's newest purchase Rocksteady Studios will be put to work on more than just new Batman: Arkham Asylum games.
Batman licence-holder Warner Bros. has bought Batman: Arkham Asylum maker Rocksteady Studios for an undisclosed sum.
BAFTA has announced the nominations for the British Academy Video Games Awards for 2010, with Uncharted 2 receiving the most attention.
Eidos has announced plans to release another free downloadable map pack for Batman: Arkham Asylum on 24th September.
Eidos has dated and detailed the Insane Night Map Pack for Batman: Arkham Asylum, following an announcement-spoil by the in-game news ticker last week.
August NPD figures show cheapened consoles selling well, outrageously, as Xbox 360 and PS3 finish almost neck-and-neck with 215,000 and 210,000 units sold in the US.
Eidos and Rocksteady Studios are priming Batman: Arkham Asylum for some free DLC next week.
Batman: Arkham Asylum leads the UK All-Formats charts, finishing ahead of Wii Sports Resort for a second consecutive week.
Batman: Arkham Asylum has swooped to the top of the UK all-formats chart, providing Eidos with a champion bigger than both Tomb Raider: Legend and Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness.
The PS3 Store refresher boasts new games, demos and DLC aplenty, while PlayStation Home opens a new Events Space for Buzz!
Get questions right and a tomato will be lobbed at a rotating Buzz statue. Get 10 questions right in a row and you will unlock a tomato head to put on your Home avatar.
Smash Cars and Battle Tanks are the low-key PSN additions, although their price - £12 and £8 respectively - is steep. Conversely, Crash Commando has had a price-cut to promote new content added today.
Nvidia is giving away free copies of Batman: Arkham Asylum for PC.
The US PlayStation blog reports that the PS3 version of Batman: Arkham Asylum will unlock a Batcave personal space - i.e. apartment for your avatar - in PlayStation Home.
Eidos has pushed the PC release of Batman: Arkham Asylum back to 18th September.
A demo for Batman: Arkham Asylum is due to be released this week.
Eidos has announced that pre-ordering Batman: Arkham Asylum from GAME will grant you access to a special Villains Challenge Map.
Eidos life president Ian Livingstone reckons publishers will need to go big this year or be forced to go home, as there is "no room for mediocrity" at the table.
Eidos has announced that Batman: Arkham Asylum will be released in Europe on 28th August.
Eidos president Ian Livingstone is expecting Batman: Arkham Asylum to get "review scores in the 90s", and reckons the recent delay was due to "the right reasons".
Eidos has confirmed the release date for Batman: Arkham Asylum has been delayed.
Eidos has confirmed that The Joker will be an exclusive playable character in the PS3 version of Batman: Arkham Asylum.
He'll be free to download from the PlayStation Store, but will only be playable on the Challenge Maps.
Eidos was unable to tell us what treat may or may not await Xbox 360 owners in response. But we'll let you know what we hear.
Eidos has lifted the mask on Batman: Arkham Asylum, an "incredibly dark" outing for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.