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Batman: Arkham Knight Revealed, Trailer Inside [Update]

Posted on Tuesday, March 4 @ 08:00:00 Eastern by
[Update 2] Warner Bros. has released an official announcement trailer.

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[Update 1] The latest Game Informer cover has revealed that Rocksteady has indeed been working on a brand-new entry in the Batman Arkham series.



As yesterday's report suggested, it's called Batman: Arkham Knight and it rounds out the series' narrative arc. "This is the natural end for the story. We really want to go out in style," director Sefton Hill said. In addition, the Batmobile will play a large part in the gameplay experience. It's about time, am I right?

The game will release later this year on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
 
[Original] Batman's nightly super-villain romps sure sound like fun. So fun, in fact, that the caped crusader will be returning to video games in the form of Batman: Arkham Knight, a new game that everyone is being so coy about right now... It's enough to make you punch a goon, but one of those fancy reverse punches like in the movies. You know.
 

Whupash!

Anyway, no details at the moment. GameInformer's cover will supposedly feature the reveal.

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