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Warner Bros. to reveal Outlaws very soon according to a new leak

Published: 12:43, 23 April 2019
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Red Hood in Arkham Knight

According to the latest leaks and rumours, Warner Bros. could announce their new game, named Outlaws, pretty soon. The leaks suggest that Outlaws is a live service Suicide Squad game that will be revealed by the publisher at E3 2019.

Judging by the latest leaks and rumours, it won't take long before we get first details about Warner Bros. new game set in the Batman universe. Last week, supposed internal Warner Bros. marketing materials have surfaced on 4Chan, suggesting that the publisher plan to reveal a live service Suicide Squad game on this year's E3.

Since then, another leak appeared on ResetEra forum, showing the reveal date for a game named Outlaws but this one was quickly dismissed as a fake image. However, rumours just won't go away at the moment, and another one surfaced shortly after the fake one. 

This time, it's a product listing for Outlaws, that shows a placeholder key art for the game's Premium Edition. The listing also revealed the platforms including PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, along with Rocksteady as a developer and a release window set for Q2 2020. The logo is identical to the one found on the promo image.

Of course, take these with a huge, huge grain of salt, but if the rumours are true, this means that we could get two games from Batman universe in the next year. We know that WB Montreal are working on a new DC game for quite some time now, and Rocksteady is surely busy with something from DC's catalogue given that they didn't release anything since 2016's Batman: Arkham VR.

Whether Outlaws is indeed one of these two titles it remains to be seen but where there's smoke there's fire, and it wouldn't be surprising if Warner Bros. had multiple DC games in the works. The name Outlaws is also one of the hints that the rumours could be true. Outlaws is a limited series of comic books focused on Red Hood aka Jason Todd, one of the villains in Batman Arkham games.

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All in all, E3 2019 is just around the corner, so we won't have to wait too long for any potential announcements. You can check the promo image and a product listing leaks on ResetEra.

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