DC's Batgirl is an American action superhero video game based on the homonymous character by DC Comics. It is developed by Avalanche Software and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, being released for PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on March 7th, 2017.
When the Cluemaster escapes from his imprisonment to cause chaos while the League of Shadows begin to begin their ambitious plan to expand their influence, Stephanie Brown assumes the Batgirl mantle and travels around Gotham to stop both her father and the League from tearing Gotham apart.
- Stephanie Brown/Batgirl (voiced by Liliana Mumy) - the TBD daughter of the infamous Cluemaster who now heads to find her father and to stop the League of Shadows from gaining power TBD.
- Cassandra Cain/Orphan (voiced by Cristina Vee) - the silent daughter of Lady Shiva who TBD. She only talks when she is TBD.
- Marcus Driver (voiced by TBD) - a TBD member of the GCPD who is rather TBD.
- Barbara Gordon/Oracle (voiced by Lacey Chabert) - the original Batgirl and Stephanie's mentor who ends up appearing TBD.
- Arthur Brown/Cluemaster (voiced by Robert Englund) - TBD
- The League of Shadows, consisting of:
- Sandra Wu-San/Lady Shiva (voiced by Ming-Na Wen) - a skilled assassin who now leads the League after Ra's al Ghul's passing as she plans to take over Gotham and eventually TBD.
- David Cain (voiced by Travis Willingham) - TBD
- Nyssa al Ghul (voiced by TBD) - TBD
- Ubu (voiced by Jim Cummings) - TBD
- Jade Nguyen/Cheshire (voiced by Stephanie Sheh) - TBD
- Spike (voiced by Caitlin Glass) - TBD
- December Graystone (voiced by Liam O'Brien) - TBD
- Garfield Lynns/Firefly (voiced by Steven Blum) - TBD
- Jane Doe (voiced by TBD) - a shapeshifting criminal paid by Cluemaster to cause a breakout at Blackgate.
- Peyton Riley/Ventriloquist (voiced by TBD) - TBD
- Scarface (voiced by Jason Spisak) - TBD
- This is one of the few games to have female enemies.
- This is the first game focused on another version of Batgirl that isn't Barbara Gordon as the game's crew wanted to expand the Batman lore by using different characters and plot beats.
- Despite that, Barbara appears in the end, although through a voice cameo as she phones Stephanie to show her how proud of her work and invites her to her house.