Have A Look At The 1989 Batmobile In Batman: Arkham Knight

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Batman: Arkham Knight stands tall as one of my favorite games of the year, delivering a gaming experience that is on a level that few game’s have the budget (or ambition) to match. While some have bemoaned the Batmobile gameplay, I personally loved it and felt that it spiced up the gameplay after Arkham Origins stagnated a bit. Couple that with the best story I’ve witnessed in a video game so far this year, and Arkham Knight is a serious game of the year contender.

Even though the game is incredible on its own merits, the devs have been keeping busy by pumping out DLC regularly. While the reception of this DLC has been pretty mixed, this next one is sure to put a big smile on everyone’s faces. In the latest Arkham Insider episode the 1989 batmobile and Batman skin are shown off, bringing the game back to the Tim Burton era of Batman. Check out the video directly below.

As you can see, this version of the batmobile is much sleeker compared to the standard version, which is much more comparable to the one seen in Christopher Nolan’s Batman movies. It’s also great to hear that the changes won’t be completely aesthetic, as the handling of the vehicle has been tweaked to match its smaller frame. It looks really sweet and is a nice change of pace for those looking for a new experience while speeding down the streets of Gotham.

Beyond the new batmobile we also get a look at the new VR challenge in the DLC, which features Robin. In the challenge Robin is taking on hoards of armed baddies much like he did in the main game, complete with his unique moves and weapons. It doesn’t look like anything too special, to be honest, though hardcore fans will be sure to eat it up.

Batman: Arkham Knight is available now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, thought the PC version has been removed from store shelves due to its countless bugs and glitches. While a big patch is expected to launch later this month to get the game functional again, a complete fix is not expected to be released until sometime next month.

Author: Mike Guarino

On the internet I am known as the one who operates everything on Condemn (OR) Condone. Some have questioned whether or not I am a wizard, but trust me, dear reader, I am but a man!

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