New BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT Trailer Focuses On The Batmobile & Confirms The Game Has Been Delayed

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ArkhamknightbannerOne of the cool new feature that Rocksteady is including into Batman: Arkham Knight is the fact that, as Batman, you will get to drive the Batmobile. This has fans of the franchise excited to be able to explore a new aspect of the game. However, excitement turned to curiosity when fans wondered what The Batmobile would bring to the table. Would you just get to drive it? Would there be a weapons system? Just exactly how does it work?

Today Rocksteady has set out to answer some of those questions by releasing a new trailer for the game. The trailer puts the focus on the Batmobile, and yes its multiple weapons functions. In the trailer you will notice various cannons and missile systems as well as in true Batman fashion a not lethal riot stopper.

Another thing we learn from the trailer is that the game is being delayed until 2015. Originally the game was suppose to come out in October of 2014. Rocksteady Studios marketing manager Guy Perkins explained the delay to Gamestop. “We just want to make this the best experience that we can, and that takes time. We feel that we have an absolutely awesome game in the works, and we want to make it as great as it possibly can be. We just need more time to do that. If we didn’t give the team more time to do it, then we would be releasing something that we weren’t happy with. We want to make sure we’re absolutely nailing it 100 percent.”

So there you have it. It’s unfortunate that the game is being delayed. However, I would rather them take their time and get it right than have what happened with Arkham Origins and have an extremely buggy game. Check out the Batmobile trailer below, and make sure to check back here at Comic Book Therapy for the latest on Batman: Arkham Knight.


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Source : IGN