‘Batman: The Telltate Series’ Season 2 Release Date, Storyline Breakdown: New Joker Returns To Gotham; Plus More Returning Character Plots Revealed [SPOILERS]

By , UniversityHerald Reporter

"Batman: The Telltale Series" Season 2 is definitely making a comeback soon after the finale of its five-episode first season. The unprecedented success of this game is a proof that fans really loved its concept that allows the gamers to decide on how the ending should be.

In "Batman: The Telltale Series" Season 2, gamers are about to meet again with Joker but this time he is more diabolic. The Joker is now taking the lead villain role in contrast to its level-headed appearance in Arkham Asylum in Season 1. This time the treacherous nature of the character is getting immersed in the storyline, according to Movie Pilot. The previous Joker in "Batman: The Telltale Series" Season 1 is actually a conjunctive plot to transition his character in the Season 2.

More characters are also reportedly joining the "Batman: The Telltale Series" Season 2. According to YouTuber Salvage1009, Dick Grayson is appearing and will be connected with Joker's plot. Their connection transpired after Joker brought death to Grayson's parents. What his role will reprise remains undisclosed for now. Batgirl could also join in "Batman: The Telltale Series" Season 2 storyline. Her swift participation and description from the previous game somewhat hint that she could be playing landing a support role this time.

Meanwhile, the vague ending for Lady Arkham death could be interpreted that she having a resurrection in the "Batman: The Telltale Series" Season 2. That same formula is widely known as clip hanger for a returning character. Moreover, no piece evidence is found in the previous about her death. Maybe, her character will be explored further in Season together with the Joker.

These are the threads expected to happen when "Batman: The Telltale Series" Season 2 is released. Meanwhile, "Batman: The Telltale Series" Season 1 is now available on Xbox One, PS4, PC, iPhone, GooglePlay and Android devices.

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