The title will go on hiatus after August's issue #10, returning in 2012 with a new first issue and a newly unveiled Batman project.
"Batman Incorporated will continue through to Issue #10 and August's shocking season finale that changes the Batman status quo yet again," Morrison told The Source. "The series will take a brief hiatus while I work on a major new project to be announced shortly.
"Batman Incorporated returns next year with me, Chris Burnham and Batman: Leviathan, the epic 12-part conclusion to my six year Batman saga. Don't miss it!"
This was the first mention of the Leviathan series.
Speculation has been mounting about the fate of Batman Inc following the announcement of the DC Universe relaunch in September.
DC has also announced the restarting of classic series Batman and Detective Comics, alongside #1 issues of Batman and Robin and Batman: The Dark Knight, Birds of Prey, Batgirl and the long-delayed Batwoman.
Other newly announced Bat-titles include Batwing, Catwoman, Red Hood and the Outlaws and Nightwing, which sees Dick Grayson return to the role after his tenure as Batman.