Batman: Arkham Knight Gameplay trailer was released by Warner Bros. Interactive and Rocksteady games. Reports say that the clip features Batman’s signature vehicle, the Batmobile, and the car’s ability to morph into “Battle Mode.”
According to Guardian Liberty Voice, the short preview “features Batman tearing through the streets of Gotham City in the Batmobile. The car then comes to a halt and morphs into its combat-ready Battle Mode. The features of the Battle Mode include: a 60mm cannon with kinetic energy penetrating rounds; a Vulcan Gun with armor-piercing incendiary rounds, best used for taking down tanks and surface-to-air combat; a riot suppressor with non-lethal rounds; and missile barrage launchers located on the back end, with blast-fragmentation missiles guided by a laser and GPS system. Without a doubt, the Batmobile appears to be one of the major selling points of the game. Gamers have desired to drive the Batmobile in this franchise for quite some time.”
Reportedly, the Batmobile is also filled by a set of teasers that throw enemies away from it, rather having them be crushed under the wheels.
Aside from having the Batmobile as an addition, Batman: Arkham Knight will feature a new story in which Batman is marked against his most dangerous adversaries. Guardian Liberty Voice reported that Scarecrow will unite with “Batman’s worst enemies in an effort to kill the Bat once and for all.” There’s also a focus on new villain Arkham Knight, who has been created specifically for the game. Arkham Knight’s identity has been shrouded in mystery, leading to much fan debate.
According to Metro, a month or so ago, rumours of a delay for Batman: Arkham Knight were circulating. The reason for the delay is unclear since there’s no official explanation for the delay at all.
Per the new trailer, Batman: Arkham Knight will be released in 2015 instead of October 2014.