For video games, the genre of superheroes is still in an interesting state. Right now, the only given is that some Batman games are awesome (as the Arkham series has proven), but with the end of Arkham Knight comes the question of: What’s next? Well, many want a Justice League video game (a good one) in the vein of the Arkham series. One thing that’ll definitely help that is the return of Kevin Conroy as the voice of Batman. IGN asked the legendary voice actor if he’d be up for such a project.
“Oh yeah! Absolutely,” he said. “I would love to do that. It’s really hard to record games and very hard to create them, but the result is so rewarding that it makes it worthwhile at the end.”
He did note however how he’d like for it to connect to the Arkham series somehow, though he admits that may be hard.
“I just hope they figure out some way to have [Batman: Arkham Knight] segue into a new chapter, but I don’t know how they could because it’s such a frightening ending,” Conroy said. “It’s such a great concept, of Batman fighting his way out of Arkham, the different battles he’s gotten into in Arkham, I’d hate to think that is the end of that story. I understand it’s the third part of the trilogy and it’s the end of the arc, but I hope they can figure out some way to translate it into something else. I don’t know how they could, though, because the end is so frightening.”
There is currently no announced Justice League video game that is in the works. You can hear Kevin Conroy, though, portray Batman in Batman: Arkham Knight, which is available now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.