Gotham Knights are the talk of the town these days! And now, with its recent trailer released at Gamescom’s Opening Night Live show, fans couldn’t get more excited.
The open-world RPG will be released a bit earlier on October 21, 2022, instead of October 24, 2022. This new official release date appears at the end of the trailer leaving everyone shocked. Moreover, if you want to know more about the trailer and what to expect in Gotham Knights, then keep on reading.
Gotham Knights Trailer
In the 2-minute and 34-second trailer, players get to learn a lot about the game. It highlights the villains Harley Quinn and Clayface as they try to destroy the city Batman once watched over. Mr. Freeze and Court of Owls will also be returning to create havoc in the city. So, it’s now time for Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood and Robin to join their forces and save the city from the several villains lurking over it.
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Batman, however, is not only missing from the trailer but will also not be a key part of the game. In fact, the game takes place after Batman’s death. Hence, players can choose to play the game as either of the other four members of the Bat-family which includes Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood, and Robin. All these four members have their strengths and weaknesses. This is why a player should choose wisely which member he wants to become and play as. Additionally, players can play the combat and crime game as a solo players or as a co-op play.
Previous Release Dates for GK
Gotham Knights were announced back in 2020. And since then, fans of the Batman world have been waiting for it. The RPG from Warner Bros. Games Montreal was going to release in 2021. Then, within a short time, the date was changed to a 2022 release date. And now, the fans have been blessed with an earlier release date. However, the game will only release on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. It will be available for purchase for $70. Also, the game will no longer release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One even though it was going to previously. This is because the creators have decided not to go with these consoles.
Stay tuned for more updates regarding Gotham Knights!