Batman: Arkham Knight Gamescom Screenshots Surface

By   /   Aug 14, 2014

Ubisoft isn’t the only one releasing a new batch of screenshots during Gamescom 2014. Rocksteady Studios has done the same for Batman: Arkham Knight and the respective screenshots are dark, grim, and just plain beautiful.

The first couple of shots give us a peek at gameplay, while the rest offer a more close and detailed look at the Batmobile. In case you skipped out on this announcement, Batman: Arkham Knight will allow players to drive around the Batmobile and either run through enemy AI or put them down using the vehicle’s weapons, non-lethal off course.

The game’s storyline features a new villain called the Arkham Knight, who launches “Operation Savior” to spread panic and lock Gotham City down. He is supported by Scarecrow, who finds it the perfect opportunity to test out his new fear inducing gases.

Batman: Arkham Knight is scheduled for release some time next year for the PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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