The Red Hood arrives Punisher-style to do what the Caped Crusader can't in Batman: Arkham Knight.
Batman: Arkham Knight
With Batman: Arkham Knight shaping up to be the most intense game in the series, the only real question for gamers is which version to take home on release day. Sony has given wannabe-Gothamites a great reason to play as the Dark Knight Detective on its console, the PlayStation 4, with exclusive Scarecrow content.
Just ahead of E3, Rocksteady revealed Batman: Arkham Knight was going to be delayed into 2015. While many thought the wait would be lengthy, it now appears we won't have to wait very long after the New Year arrives to take on Batman's last adventure.
The iconic voice of Bruce Wayne has said that Batman: Arkham Knight will be released in January 2015.
While it may have had its release date pushed back, Batman: Arkham Knight has stolen the show at E3 2014 with its new, Batmobile-filled trailer.
Ever since news first leaked that the next installment in Rocksteady Games’ Batman: Arkham series would feature the Batmobile, wannabe caped crusaders have been clamoring for more info on the legendary vehicle and its capabilities in the game.
There had been rumblings that Batman: Arkham Knight might not make its 2014 release, and Rocksteady has just confirmed the final Bat-venture won't take place until next year.
Forget that photo of Affleck in the Batsuit posted by Zack Snyder, this is the Batman footage Gotham deserves.
We didn't know that Gotham City had a Chinatown district, but it doesn't matter because these new screenshots of Batman: Arkham Knight are absolutely gorgeous.
We hope you're ready to be bombarded by a whole bevy of Batman: Arkham Knight screens, because they're coming at you.