Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment delayed their upcoming action-adventure game, Batman: Arkham Knight and teased Batmobile: Battle Mode.
“Now Batman: Arkham Knight is totally awesome. The thing about awesome, though, is awesome takes time. And totally awesome takes a lot of time.
So in collaboration with our colleagues at Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment and DC Comics, we have decided to extend the development time of Batman: Arkham Knight.”
The publisher also gives us a brief look at Batmobile: Battle Mode, check it out in the teaser after the break:
“Now, the very simple reason for doing this is to ensure we are delivering the awesome level of quality that Batman fans and gamers expect from this, the final episode and the epic conclusion to the Rocksteady Arkham trilogy.
The Dark Knight will face his ultimate challenge in Batman: Arkham Knight now to be released in 2015,” Rocksteady Studios brand marketing producer Dax Ginn told Kotaku.
Batmobile will feature two modes: Pursuit Mode and Battle Mode.
“Players will be able to switch between the standard Pursuit Mode, which has booster rockets and a power winch capable of raise bridges and elevators.
And Battle Mode which is a heavy, tank-like version kitted up with firepower and even the ability to strafe, at the press of a button.”
Batman: Arkham Knight is set to release in 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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