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Warner Bros releases new screens for Rocksteady's 'Batman: Arkham Knight'

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have released a new set of screenshots for the recently announced Batman title, "Arkham Knight." The screens give fans a look at Rocksteady's new arch-villain and show off the next-gen version of Gotham City along with the Batmobile (playable for the first time!).

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This will be Arkham Knight's first appearance in the game's Gotham City as he joins some of the classics including Two-Face, Penguin, Harley Quinn and Scarecrow. The title takes place 12 months after the events of Arkham City with the Joker presumed dead.

“Batman: Arkham Knight is the pinnacle of our hugely successful franchise and we are giving players the most expansive, impressive title in the series,” said Martin Tremblay, President of Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment at launch. “We’re excited to be developing the game for next-gen platforms, which has allowed us to bring to life the design elements that we envisioned from the beginning such as the Batmobile and how it augments Batman’s abilities, to the fully detailed and realised Gotham City.”

"Batman: Arkham Knight" will launch on the Xbox One, PS4 and PC later this year. According to the Gamestop website, the title is currently listed to be released on October 14, 2014. This may or may not be the exact day.

Source: Computer and Video Games


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