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WB Games Montreal Teases Batman: Court of Owls

Developer WB Games Montreal once again teased the newest game of the Batman series, Batman: Court of Owls.
Being previously teased the logo of the Court of Owls, the developers now confirms that Gotham’s secret society will be the main theme for the next Batman game.
Via Twitter WB Games Montreal teased what looked like a logo, in the following hours the full crest of the organization was revealed.
Court of Owls
Back in September 2019 both WB Games Montreal and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment teased the game on their official Twitter accounts, the developer unveiled a short video appearing, the Crest of Court of Owls and the League of Assassins. The secret society first appear on DC’s Batman Vol. 2 #3, from 2011.
The Court of Owls has existed in Gotham City since colonial times, they kidnaps child performers from the circus, they turn the kids into assassins, those assassins are later known as Talons.
Beware the Court of Owls, that watches all the time,
Ruling Gotham from a shadowed perch, behind granite and lime.
They watch you at your hearth, they watch you in your bed.
Speak not a whispered word about them, or they’ll send the Talon for your head.
The objective of the organization is to corrupt politicians and work as a secret army for the wealthy people in Gotham City.
The previous Batman, Arkham Asylum, City and Knight were all developed by Rocksteady Studios. Warner Bros. changed the development studio for Arkham Origins, WB Games Montreal were tasked to do the job. The game did fairly well, receiving mixed critics, also was the top-selling game on Steam between October 20 and 26, 2013.
While there is no announcement or major details on the game, reports suggest that Batman: Court of Owls might release for next-gen systems and its announcement could take place at the Game Developers Conference in March, or at E3. 
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