New Batman Arkham Knight will be on PC and Next-gen Consoles

Written by Chad

March 4, 2014


With rumors of a new game circulating around the internet, Rocksteady has finally revealed the final chapter of the Batman Arkham series.

Batman Arkham Knight will b will pit Batman against a new villain as he rallied some of the most notorious villains of Gotham City from the likes of Two-Face, the Penguin and Harley Quinn.

Though the trailer did not reveal any gameplay footage, Rocksteady game director Sefton Hill promised that Arkham Knight will be much bigger than Arkham City. According to Hill, Gotham City will be five times larger than Arkham City, which also means more thugs to fight through as the game can handle 50 characters on screen. It was also reported that there will be no multiplayer feature and Kevin Conroy will return to voice as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Roger Craig Smith did the voice of Batman for Arkham Origins.The Batmobile will have a large role in the game, as you can finally drive the iconic vehicle when travelling around Gotham, you can also summon it at any time and disembark from it to glide in a nearby building.

The previous game, Arkham Origins was handled by Warner Bros. Games Montreal as Rocksteady Studios was not involved on the development of the game.

Batman: Arkham Knight will get a 2014 release for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. This time, they will be skipping the last gen consoles


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