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Batman: Arkham Knight Delayed to 2015

Posted on Tuesday, June 3 @ 06:30:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
When Batman: Arkham Knight was first revealed, we were led to believe Rocksteady's trilogy capper would be out on store shelves at some point this fall. Unfortunately that is no longer the case, as Warner Bros. has announced that the game has been delayed to 2015. 

In an effort to make up for this sorely disappointing news, the folks at WB Games and Rocksteady have put together a flashy new trailer for the game, detailing the Dark Knight's fully-featured Batmobile.

Give it a look below.



Batman: Arkham Knight is in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Expect to hear plenty more about this next-gen-only title at E3, which is just a few days away at this point.
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