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New 'Batman Arkham Knight' release date for PC, PS4 and Xbox One hinted

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Kevin Conroy may have hinted at the new "Batman Arkham Knight" release date for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. According to a report from Continue Play on June 17, the voice actor behind Batman revealed that the upcoming video game could be arriving in Jan. of next year. He went on to disclose that the software product has been in development for one and a half year already.

Rocksteady Studios recently disclosed that "Batman Arkham Knight" is no longer due to come out later this fall as initially strategized. The development team wanted to make sure that the quality of the sequel measures up to the high expectations. Although he understood that the fan base is frustrated, Kevin Conroy echoed the same sentiments as the studio when explaining why it got delayed.

The voice actor also provided his opinion to the Groovey.TV YouTube channel on the upcoming title as well. He believes that it is going to be "awesome," adding that the sequel will be a big game with many thrilling moments. It is massive as well as players will be able to explore Gotham City, which is five times as big as Arkham City, for the first time.

To get around the new locations, Rocksteady Studios added in the Batmobile for faster traversal. The same car is also equipped with projectile and other weapons to dispose of any enemies, adding more combat options to the game. Finally, it can be summoned on any road at any time.

"Batman Arkham Knight" is the last game being developed by the original creators of the gaming franchise. Rocksteady Studios promised that they will be providing an explosive conclusion before moving on to work on a new project. Warner Bros. Interactive is the publisher of the superhero title in North America and other regions. You can find a screen of the newest game from the series with the photo near the top of this article (courtesy of the official "Batman Arkham" Facebook page).

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