Batman: Arkham Knight Delayed Till June, New Gameplay Footage Released!

According to Rocksteady, Batman Arkham Knight will be the final game in this franchise and the end of the Batman trilogy. It started with Arkham Asylum in 2009 and Arkham City in 2011. Besides that, a prequel spin-off known as Arkham Origins was released in 2013. It was developed by Warner Bros. Interactive’s Montreal Studio.

According to official reports, Rocksteady will be introducing the Batmobile for the first time in a Batman game. It will aid Batman while he takes on The Scarecrow and The Arkham Knight, the latter being a new developed character, a brainchild of Rocksteady’s design.

Meanwhile Sefton Hill, the director of this game, issued a statement pertaining to the delay. He declared that he is a developer who hates to make any form of compromises and, as a result, the gamers will have to wait a little while longer before they get their hands on the trilogy finale. In order to keep the fans happy after this disappointment, Rocksteady released a seven-minute long new and uninterrupted gameplay of Batman: Arkham Knight. It is named ‘Officer Down’’ and shows one of the early missions in the game.

Stay tuned for more updates on Batman: Arkham Knight!