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Rocksteady Worked On Multiplayer Puzzler Codenamed ‘Stones’ Before Switching To Suicide Squad In Late 2016

Batman: Arkham Knight developer Rocksteady Studios reportedly began working on a multiplayer puzzle codenamed Stones following Arkham Knight’s release in 2025, according to Bloomberg.

Stone was reportedly a result of co-founder’s Jamie Walker and Sefton Hill’s desire to try something different from the single-player, narrative-driven experiences seen in the Arkham games, but the project was scrapped at the end of 2016 when Suicide Squad was introduced.

The Bloomberg article states that Hill explained during a meeting with staff that he saw Suicide Squad as a better opportunity than developing something from scratch, and that Rocksteady had hoped to launch the project in 2019 or 2020. This didn’t happen, obviously, and Suicide Squad: The Justice League didn’t launch until early 2024.

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The same Bloomberg article revealed that leaders at Rocksteady are pitching a new single-player game in order to return to the company’s roots, while some employees at the developer are working on a Director’s Cut version of Hogwarts Legacy. Keep in mind that none of this info has been officially confirmed.

[Source – Bloomberg]