Telltale's Batman Series Will Be Discussed at SXSW
"Dive deeper into the complex life and mind of Bruce Wayne."
Telltale Games will detail its episodic Batman game on March 18, it has been revealed.
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According to the schedule for SXSW, which takes place in Austin, Texas from March 11 until March 20, the studio will host a panel called “Batman: Telltale Unmasked with Greg Miller.”
“Hear the first details on Telltale’s upcoming new series as Greg Miller interviews the award-winning developers to dive deeper into the complex life and mind of Bruce Wayne, the duality of his own identity, and the struggle of responsibility in saving a city overcome with corruption and villainy,” the description reads.
The panel will be made up of Job Stauffer, head of creative comms, the studio’s chief executive Kevin Bruner, and writer Pierre Shorette. TQ Jefferson, an executive producer, will also be in attendance.
The first teaser, shown at The Game Awards in December 2015, depicted Bruce Wayne in a black and white comic book world. It’s unclear whether this art style will carry over into the final game.
The series will focus on developing a narrative over several months, as the studio has done with its Game of Thrones, Fables, and Tales from the Borderlands titles.
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