The developer that made Arkham a household name is back. Rocksteady Studios' Arkham Asylum innovated with the freeflow combat system and stalking gameplay in 2009, and the team blew it all out to an open world in 2011's Arkham City. Rocksteady is hoping to raise the bar even higher on what will be its final Arkham game. Set after the events of Arkham City, Batman: Arkham Knight may just end the Dark Knight's journey.As you've probably guessed from the cover imagery, the Batmobile is finally a core element of the gameplay. An entirely new area of Gotham City, far larger than Arkham City, has much wider streets to accommodate the new driving gameplay that is designed to integrate smoothly with Batman's gliding and grappling traversal. Batman chases down super villains Scarecrow, Penguin, Two-Face, Harley Quinn, and more.Arkham Knight will release later this year on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
No tacked on multiplayer
Kevin Conroy will be Batman
Set 1 year after Arkham City, will take place in part of Gotham City which is about 5x bigger than Arkham City.
You'll be able to drive the bat mobile around the city, some Riddler challenges will require it.
Arkham Knight is suppose to represent a militarized version of Batman who will be one of the villians. Other villians include Penguin, Two Face, and Harley Quinn