Rocksteady Studios' Batman: Arkham video game franchise might have ended in 2016 with Batman: Arkham VR, but the critically acclaimed game series is missed by both creators and fans. In fact, even Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy has expressed his wishes for the series to continue.
The studio posted a tweet looking back at the last mainline Arkham game, Arkham Knight, writing, "Four years ago today, we launched Batman: Arkham Knight. To all our fans: thanks for Being the Batman with us," to which Conroy replied, "But why stop there?!!"
Conroy played Batman in the three main Arkham games that were developed by Rocksteady, along with multiple spinoff games. Arkham Origins, the only Arkham game developed by WB Games Montréal, featured Roger Craig Smith as the Dark Knight.
There have been countless rumors about the game series making a comeback, but officially, the Arkham series is done. Arkham Knight, which was chronologically the last part of the saga, ended with Bruce Wayne being outed as Batman and seemingly getting blown up along with Wayne Manor. The final addition of the series was Arkham VR, which utilized virtual reality technology and also featured Conroy in his classic role.