Batman: Arkham Knight Latest News
The second Batman: Arkham Insider video fromtakes a closer look at the new dual play mechanic, which allows us to seamlessly switch between characters during combat in Batman: Arkham Knight.
It's effectively a tag-team system where an AI takes the role of a sidekick until you switch. The combo multiplier keeps building when you switch allowing for some serious brawls.
The showpiece reveal in the last trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight was that you could team up with theto punch goons in the head, but if you study the video a bit more closely you'll also see Batman make use of a brand new weapon.
The Disruptor is Batman's solution to the increasingly well-armed gangs roaming around Gotham, and developer Rocksteady has revealed some interesting information about it in a recent
What the heck is the Dual Play system in Batman: Arkham Knight? Well, that's looked at in this very first video in a new behind-the-scenes series called 'Batman: Arkham Insider', which hasdevelopers dishing the dirt.
We also get to hear how the studio puts together some of their more dramatic scenes, as they breakdown the 'All Who Follow You' trailer. There's no loading screens between areas - it's all seamless.
Right, so I'm all set up to grumble about the $40/£33 Batman: Arkham Knight, which Warner Bros. Gleefully announced last week without remembering to detail anything that it contained.
My problem is though, WB has just revealed that the Pass containsas a brand new, playable character in “an all new prequel story expansion”. And as one of those awful comic geeks, I can't help but feel pretty exited about that. That's me being part of the problem.
Ouch. In a move that surprises no one, has announced a Season Pass for Batman: Arkham Knight, and it's an eye-watering £32.99 for "six months post-launch" content.
The Premium Edition includes the Season Pass, and is £67.98 for PC. New story missions, super-villains invading Gotham, Batmobile skins, challenge maps, character skins and race tracks.