Batman: Arkham Knight Screenshots Introduce The Arkham Knight

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Warner Bros. have released new screenshots of Batman: Arkham Knight, the next open-world Batman game from Rocksteady Studios. The game is in development for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

 

“Arkham Knight” is both the name of the game as well as a new villain that Batman will face. The screenshot above shows the Arkham Knight character in a costume that looks similar to Batman’s, with the addition of a firearm.

 

Batman: Arkham Knight is scheduled for release this Fall.

 


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