The ending of Arkham Knight may be linked to the logos of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City.
I would certainly hope so.
I find it kinda funny how rocksteady aren't treating Origins as an entry to the series, I know they obviously didn't develop it, but its like they don't even know it exists
Because Origins is a prequel and not part of the trilogy. The Arkham Trilogy would start with Asylum, develop in City and end with Knight. Origins was it's own stand-alone game and wouldn't be counted. Rocksteady do mention Origins from time to time too, since they gave their blessings to the game, saying Warner games did a good job.
Origins wasn't made by Rocksteady. And it was a prequel. I'm not sure they're really obligated to include it in their own canon.
So it's going to have a lackluster ending like the other two?
You're kidding, right? City's ending was a major shocker.
But did it really matter in the grand scheme? For all Rocksteady could care it's non-canon.
I didn't think the other Arkham games had lackluster endings at all. Well maybe Origins, but then that wasn't even made by Rocksteady.
I don't think Gotham is gonna be destroyed at the end of arkham knight , batman will find a way to stop it, after all he is the batman
If they ended it that way that would mean they intend a sequel, and I'm pretty sure Rocksteady said this was their last Arkham game.
I never got the chance to play City or Asylum, but I intend on getting this one, so I hope it gives at least some background information on what happened before in some way, since this game looks too good to miss and I wanna understand the story.
It should. It's all part of the same story.
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