London Comic Con: Batman Arkham Knight Panel To Be Held at Event

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A Batman: Arkham Knight panel will be at London Comic Con, which starts on Friday.

Members of the panel will be: Sefton Hill, David Hego, Adam Doherty, Paul Boulden, Ian Ball, Zafer Coban, Albert Feliu, Guy Perkins, and Gaz Deaves.

And they will be talking about the game's development and answering questions from the Arkham series' massive fanbase, according to MCM Comic Con.

The Batman Arkham series is the most successful franchise featuring the Dark Knight. Arkham Knight will be the fourth--and final--installment of the series, which started in 2009 with Arkham Asylum.

The game's world was small but its combat system was "hard-hitting," according to Gamespot. It was a worthy adaptation for a legendary superhero.

The series continued in 2011 with arguably its best installement, Arkham City. The game expanded on Arkham Asylum. With a larger map, the game was seen as an upgrade from its already impressive predecessor.

Then, Arkham Origins was released in 2013. A prequel to the series, the game had a bigger map than Arkham City.

But, as Gamespot stated in their review of the title, it was just "bigger just for the sake of being bigger." The title wasn't as well received as its predecessors.

Arkham Knight is scheduled for release on June 2, 2015. For more about the upcoming title, visit its website here. To learn more about London Comic Con, visit its official website here.

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