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Batman: Arkham Knight's development team is working to fix the PC version of the game. This weekend they released the first PC patch and outlined their future plans.
Batman: Arkham Knight's expensive Batmobile Collector's Edition won't be released after all. Warner Bros. has announced that it's being cancelled because of "unforeseen circumstances."
Batman: Arkham Knight received a new trailer today focused on Red Hood. The video lets us see what tricks the vigilante has in his disposal during the game.
Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment and Rocksteady Studios released a new gameplay trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight, this time running solely on the PS4 and featuring a bit of a confrontation between Batman and Poison Ivy. It's an interesting trailer that also gives away a bit of the story.
You don't need a cape and pointy ears to be a hero. At least that's the message of the new Batman: Arkham Knight live action trailer, encouraging everyday folks to “Be the Batman.”
Rocksteady is giving gamers a nice inside look at the upcoming Arkham Knight, due to drop on June 23rd. The game will be available for consoles and PC, and a new seven minute video showing off some of the new dual play that they added to this newest game in the Batman: Arkham series.
Warner Bros. announced a DLC Season Pass for Batman: Arkham Knight earlier this week but neglected to say exactly what new content the pass included. Today they corrected that error with a full run-down of the game's DLC.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment this morning made a couple of announcements for upcoming action game, Batman: Arkham Knight, including a season pass for post-launch content, as well as a Premium Edition of the game.
Batman: Arkham Knight's new trailer, "All Who Follow You," debuted this morning. The trailer shows us several characters that players can become in the campaign.
In Batman: Arkham Knight, Batman won't be alone in his fight to take back Gotham. A new set of teaser trailers released by Warner Bros. confirm the return of a few key allies of the Dark Knight.
Batman: Arkham Knight won't be out on June 2nd as previously announced. Today Warner Bros. and Rocksteady Studios announced that they're pushing the game's release date back a bit.
Batman: Arkham Knight pre-order customers will get a special Harley Quinn DLC pack. According to Amazon, this DLC's a lot more interesting than expected.
Unless you count some of the edgier comics, the Batman universe tends to top out at about the PG-13 level. That’s why everyone was so shocked to discover that the Caped Crusader’s latest foray into fighting crime, Batman: Arkham Knight, had received a “Mature” rating. Now, thanks to a recent post from the ESRB, we can find out why, exactly, that is.
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.
Warner Bros., and Rocksteady are gearing up for a big 2015. The duo have Batman: Arkham Knight prepping to release on the home consoles and PC. However, before Arkham Knight releases the studios have plans to help enlighten comic book fans and gamers alike with a prequel comic about the Arkham Knight.