The war for Gotham City is about to begin, and the odds aren’t exactly stacked in the Caped Crusader’s favor. There are still a few months dividing us from the launch of Batman: Arkham Knight but, in the latest trailer, we get a nice look at the rogue’s gallery of baddies that will be doing their best to finally bring down the Bat come June 2.
Batman: Arkham Knight won't hit stores for months but we may already know how it ends. A major spoiler was revealed by Amazon's listing for the game's Limited Edition.
Rocksteady Studios released a new screenshot from Batman: Arkham Knight this weekend. The image shows Batman's vehicle at work.
Batman: Arkham Knight has more than one playable vigilante. A leaked GameStop ad reveals that players can take on the role of the infamous Red Hood in a DLC pack.
Batman: Arkham Knight has been one of the most anticipated games for PS4, Xbox One and PC since it was announced in March. Rocksteady is making some huge promises in their third game starring the Dark Knight.
Batman: Arkham Knight has been the subject of numerous rumors regarding its cast. You shouldn't believe all of them, though.
Batman: Arkham Knight will let players explore several new areas throughout Gotham City. One of these locations is Bruce Wayne's swanky penthouse.
Days after posting the Batman: Arkham Knight release date on their website, the Microsoft Store has scrubbed the information. Wonder what that's all about?
The mystery of Batman: Arkham Knight's release date may have been solved. Gamers noticed that the Microsoft Store is now listing a February release date for the open-world action game.
It's a bittersweet day for gamers waiting for Batman: Arkham Knight. They received a great new trailer featuring the Batmobile but it came with news of a delay.
Batman: Arkham Knight will pit the Dark Knight against many of his most famous villains including Harley Quinn and Two-Face. However, each Arkham game usually includes a couple lesser-known foes as well. Which overlooked villains will get their chance to shine in Knight?
Rocksteady Studios' next game is Batman: Arkham Knight, a next-gen sequel to Arkham City and Arkham Asylum. A retailer has leaked key story and gameplay details on the game along with the official box art.