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Monday, 19 August 2013 07:00

No next-gen for Arkham Origins

Written by David Stellmack

Mattes says its not coming for Xbox One & PS4

Warner Bros. has only confirmed that Batman: Arkham Origins is only coming for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii U. So it is only natural that everyone is wondering if it will be converted to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 as well.

Apparently via his Twtitter feed, Ben Mattes who is the Senior Producer at Warner Bros. Montreal has confirmed that it will only becoming for the announced platforms and no ports to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are coming in the future.

Sources suggest that Rocksteady is working on the next Batman game which is expected to be for the next-gen platforms. Otherwise it would not make a lot of sense for Warner Bros. to skip porting Arkham Origins to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 as well. Look for more information to arrive about Arkham Origins at Gamescom and maybe some info on what Rocksteady is working on as well.

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