Posted on Tuesday, December 13th, 2011 at 12:10 PM by Guest
LEGO Batman 2 has seemingly been confirmed by a toy company that has ’LEGO Batman 2 – Super Heroes’ printed in an instruction manual.
The image, shown here, includes a new set of characters including Superman and Wonder Woman. Whether these are separate toy collections or they will be included in the next game is not certain yet.
It’s not really surprising that there could be a second game in the making. The first Lego: Batman game released in 2008 by Warner Brothers and TT games was a massive hit and is still today see as one of the most successful Lego games.
No release date has been mentioned for the rumoured second game but due to the toy range and the film The Dark Knight Rises both being released in 2012, it’s a safe bet to assume then.
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