Rocksteady Studios has shared a new behind-the-scenes image from its upcoming project.
The studio behind the critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham series posted on Twitter a photo of its motion capture support team, who are “fresh from a test shoot.”
“Rocksteady’s unofficial mocap support crew, fresh from a test shoot,” the developer tweeted.
Rocksteady's unofficial mocap support crew, fresh from a test shoot. pic.twitter.com/fXrUkbDFmR
— Rocksteady Studios (@RocksteadyGames) January 16, 2018
Not much information has been revealed on Rocksteady’s latest project aside from the fact that it’s in development.
Rocksteady co-founder Sefton Hill confirmed Rocksteady’s next title in a Reddit AMA in 2016, saying at the time that “We’re very hard at work on our next project, but we won’t be releasing the details for a while.”
Gaz Deaves, head of marketing at Rocksteady, took to Twitter last month to address why the title did not debut at The Game Awards.
“Fans! I know a lot of you were hoping for an announcement at The Game Awards last night,” he said. “Sometimes we just have to keep our mouths shut for a while. We’re not ready to talk about our next project yet. Stay sharp, [as] we’ll talk when we’re ready.”
Rocksteady has been the driving force on Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s Batman franchise, having worked on Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, Batman: Arkham Knight and Batman: Arkham VR.