Telltale’s Batman Game is Set For a Summer Release

Batman is back, man

Job J Stauffer, Head of Creative Communications over at TellTale Games, has announced via Twitter that the Batman game the team have been working on will release this summer.

twitter Telltale Games is an independent video game developer and publisher founded in June 2004. Based in San Rafael, California, the studio includes designers formerly employed by LucasArts. They are most known for their episodic, story-driven, adventure games based on popular licensed properties such as Borderlands, The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones.

This newest edition to the TellTale game series has been highly anticipated ever since its reveal at last year’s E3. Although we have to official release date, just a release window, I’m sure by the end of E3 a solid date will be announced.


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