Game Informer has posted a video interview with head Arkham Knight writer Sefton Hill.
From the article:
"For the first time in Rocksteady’s Arkham games, renowned Batman writer Paul Dini will not be involved. The studio is still consulting with DC’s chief creative officer Geoff Johns but are relying on their team of in-house writers to craft the story. Game director Sefton Hill is leading the writing team, and he pulled in senior script writer Martin Lancaster (who has worked on the Crysis and Killzone series) to help shape the plot."
As a big fan of Paul Dini, It’s a bit disappointing that he isn’t involved. He and Bruce Timm have been the backbone of Batman storytelling since The Animated Series. Still, this team has worked tirelessly to make the last several incarnations in this series worthwhile, so perhaps they have earned the benefit of the doubt.
What do you think, Bat-fans?