The Tumbler From Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy Is Coming to Batman: Arkham Knight Tuesday

Sunday, 20 September 2015 - 4:59PM
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Sunday, 20 September 2015 - 4:59PM
The Tumbler From Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy Is Coming to Batman: Arkham Knight Tuesday
Batman: Arkham Knight is arguably the biggest game to drop so far this year and has gotten absolutely amazing reviews from most reputable review websites. With most gamers having the story mode of Arkham Knight in their rearview mirror, all of the recent excitement concerning the game has come from announcements concerning downloadable content. Rocksteady (the game's developer) has committed to releasing new DLC every month for six months after the games initial release back in June of this year. This month's DLC includes something really, really big: the Tumbler Batmobile skin from Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy.



The most recent episode of Arkham insider shows a preview of what it's like from behind the virtual wheel of the Tumbler, and it's certainly something to get excited about. The past few months have also included some other pretty big releases in regards to DLC, including a Batman 1989 skin for both Batman himself and his Batmobile. This means that gamers can jump on their consoles and basically run around Gotham beating criminals to a pulp just like Michael Keaton.

This month's DLC pack (which will be released on Tuesday) will also include an Arkham Episode in which gamers take on the role of Nightwing, who is fighting to catch Penguin and bring him back to the GCPD after an escape that takes place succeeding the events of Arkham Knight. The episode focuses on predator gameplay, in which the character must take down enemies quickly and quietly. Previous Arkham Episodes have allowed gamers to play as Harley Quinn, Red Hood, and Batgirl.

There's still three months left of DLC for Arkham Knight, and gamers still have their eyes on a few items they'd like to see announced. Perhaps Nolan's Batsuit will be next? What would be even more exciting to see is an announcement that the Batman v Superman Batmobile and Batsuit are due to be released. As Arkham Knight is the last Batman game in Rocksteady's Arkham series, no greater ending could be given to Batfans than to play as Batfleck himself.

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