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Third and final Ace Chemicals Infiltration trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight

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Rocksteady and Warner Bros. IE have released the last part of their Ace Chemicals Infiltration series, continuing on Batman's mission to rescue workers and confront the Arkham Knight.

This last trailer is almost four minutes long and features both Batman and his Batmobile, just like the previous instalments. Batman: Arkham Knight releases on PC, Xbox One and PS4 June 2nd, 2015.

Rocksteady's Reddit AMA discusses Arkham City's "final scene" and Batman's new suit

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In a Reddit AMA with developer Rocksteady the studio reveals how the finale of Batman: Arkham City was envisioned "almost from the start," and they looked at what would "lead to that point."

It's the very ending that the team "jump off from," and we get into the new Batman: Arkham Knight, and we deal with the "fallout from those events." Also, what's up with the new suit?

Batman: Arkham Knight gameplay video released, infiltrates ACE Chemicals

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Warner Bros. and Rocksteady have just released the first of three gameplay videos for Batman: Arkham Knight, and part one takes us into ACE Chemicals. They focus on Batman trying to learn more of this 'Knight'.

New features are teased like the new 'Fear Takedown', and the "seamless integration" of the Batmobile and Combat Mode. Batman must try to save workers at the plant while stopping Scarecrow's plans.

The Game Awards 2014 promo briefly teases Arkham Knight's Scarecrow

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Next month on December 5th The Game Awards 2014 will be kicking off and so a promo trailer has been released to tease what awaits us. Right at the end is the most promising morsel for the event.

We get Scarecrow from Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Knight, and he says, "All that's left for you to do is watch." This hopefully means a meaty glimpse at the new Batman game.

Rocksteady aiming to create "the ultimate Batman simulator" with Arkham Knight

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Rocksteady has a lofty aim for its highly-anticipated return to the streets of Gotham, next year's Batman: Arkham Knight. They want to create "the ultimate Batman simulator".

Marketing manager Guy Perkins spoke to IGN at EGX last week, explaining the franchise's evolution from Arkham Asylum to the latest entry, which is missing a certain iconic villain this time around.

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