Much like our favorite vigilante sneaking down on his enemy in the picture above, Rocksteady seems to be ready for a sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum. Although without actually saying it, co-founder Sefton Hill hinted at the possibility when talking to Official PlayStation Magazine.
“I’m not really allowed to comment on that,” said Hill, albeit adding that “there are definitely lots of exciting stories to tell in Batman’s world, and I can say that we’re really privileged to work on it, and excited about future possibilities.”
Not only did the game make it into the Guinness Book of Records as the most critically-acclaimed super hero videogame ever, but the idea of a continuation to the first game was brought up two months ago, when lead narrative designer Paul Crocker mentioned that a sequel could be developed if people liked the first game. The latter was confirmed just a few days later when Batman: Arkham Asylum reached two million copies sold after a mere two to three weeks of being available to the public.
A sequel you ask? We should think so.