Batman: Arkham Knight New Release Date Leaked By Batman’s Voice Actor

By   /   Jun 17, 2014

Batman: Arkham Knight was supposed to release this October, but Rocksteady delayed it to 2015 because developer needed more time to polish the game, but did not specify any particular date.

However, in an interview, Batman’s voice actor Kevin Conroy has probably leaked a new release date for the game as he talked about the delay.

It was suppose to come out in january, we’ve been working on it for a year and a half, and it’s still not done. So it’s going to come out next January (2015). But I know everyone is frustrated, the reason why it’s been delayed is because it’s so awesome.

Well this new one is going to be, it’s just going to rock your world. It’s massive, it’s exciting, you literally fly with Batman through Gotham. I mean it’s, it’s really sweet. And you drive the bat mobile. I mean you do all this stuff in this game!

The delay did come as a surprise as Rocksteady usually sticks to one release date, however, if Kevin Conroy is indeed right, then players will not have to wait too long to get their hands on Batman: Arkham Knight.

Developers have been putting a lot of effort into the game as they are looking to create a vast world for the players that they will be able to explore freely in the Bat Mobile.

In addition to the open world, a welcome change to Batman: Arkham Knight is exclusion of Joker as it will allow more villains to take the center stage in the game, who were overlooked in the previous entries.

This release date is not confirmed yet, but we will update the article as soon as we have more information.


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