Publisher Warner Bros. Games won’t showcase a variety of its anticipated games like Hogwarts Legacy, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Gotham Knights at E3 2021.
All three games won’t appear at the upcoming computer game event, consistent with a press release from a Warner Bros. Games spokesperson to TechRadar. The rep claimed that the publisher will only be showcasing the Left 4 Dead spiritual successor Back 4 Blood during its conference on June 13.
The comment also corroborates a previous statement by the official Summer Game Fest Twitter account on June 5, which stated that the rear 4 Blood showcase and therefore the Warner Bros. Games presentation are one and therefore the same. “There isn’t a separate event,” it said.
The three anticipated Warner Bros. Games Hogwarts Legacy, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, and Gotham Knights are all slated for release in 2022. Hogwarts Legacy has originally been planned to drop this year, but was delayed in January 2021 so as to offer “the game the time it needs”.
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League are going to be a continuation of the critically-acclaimed Arkham series and takes place in an open-world Metropolis. it’ll be the primary within the franchise to not feature Batman, with players having the ability to explore the planet solo and swap between various characters, including Harley Quinn and Deadshot.
Meanwhile, Gotham Knights will chronicle the adventures of the titular group comprising Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing, and Red Hood after the death of Bruce Wayne as they continue Batman’s legacy and protecting the streets of Gotham. In other news, Warner Bros. Games is reportedly being break up thanks to the recently announced merger between WarnerMedia and Discovery, Inc. it’s currently unclear which of the 11 studios under Warner Bros. Games will stick with AT&T, the parent company of WarnerMedia, and which can be handed over to the new company.