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Telltale’s Batman game to use new engine

Batman: A Telltale Game Series it set to be the first of Telltale’s games going forward to feature a “very much upgraded” version of its engine, co-founder Kevin Bruner has revealed.

Speaking at a panel at South-by-Southwest, Bruner discussed the improvements the Californian development studio has made to its game engine, which players will see first with Batman (quotes via IGN):

“We’ve got a whole lot of new technology that’s going in that you’ll start to see in Batman, and Telltale games going forward […] We have a bunch of new engineers that have been working on rendering technology – non-photorealistic rendering technology […] but it’s really cool, very much upgraded from the kinds of things that you’ve seen from Telltale in the past […] It’s still a Telltale game, so it’ll be evolved from what you’ve seen before, but I think a more significant step than you’ve seen from any of our products in the past.”

See also: South Park: The Fractured But Whole – What we know

The first episode in the Batman Telltale series is set to arrive this summer. The story will be set in modern-day Gotham, but tied to no existing movie, game or comic book. We still don’t know who the main villain will be, but I hope it’ll be kept cryptic throughout the series, much like the Hush comic book run.

What about you? Which villains would you like to see? What about special guest characters? Let us know on Facebook or Twitter.

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