The artist Goran Bukvic has released conceptual art from the canceled Batman Video game project allegedly under development at Warner Bros. Games’ Montreal studio. The images were originally posted on Bukvic’s ArtStation profile a week ago and shared on Twitter by user ArkhamChannel yesterday.
“These concepts were created a long time ago for a canceled game,” wrote Bukvic. “Had a lot of fun with it.”
You can preview the images below (note: the vehicle concept drawing is the work of artist Elijah McNeal, as mentioned in the follow-up tweet from ArkhamChannel).
“Project Sabbath,” a canceled Damian Wayne Batman game at WB Games Montreal, has apparently revealed another wave of conceptual art – this time from conceptual artist Goran Bukvic. The pictures match the first description of the game years ago.
Credit to Reddit user thebananapeeler2. pic.twitter.com/TelAZeMVMj
– The Arkham Channel (@ArkhamChannel) November 9, 2021
The first three concept drafts belong to Goran Bukvic https://t.co/Da2SOKBFhb
Batcycle designs were created by concept artist Elijah McNeal https://t.co/Wl0cGez5l3
– The Arkham Channel (@ArkhamChannel) November 10, 2021
Concept art from “Project Sabbath” appeared online for the first time in 2019. A year later, artist Jerad Marantz shared his work on the canceled game on his Instagram profile.
Check out these pictures from the canceled DC Batman Arkham game starring Damian Wayne. This game was most likely a sequel to Batman Arkham Knight, but we can’t quite know for sure. Those of you who have followed the channel for a while will remember that I described some of them. pic.twitter.com/mUQ6TXbUmq
– Coby – YouTuber and Streamer (@slcmof) 13th August 2019
Not much is known about Project Sabbath, but you can get a good look at what could have been.