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Justice League movie will feature new Batsuits and technology

by Brandon Russell | June 21, 2016June 21, 2016 1:30 pm PST

In Batman v Superman, we got to see Ben Affleck’s Batman at his brutal best, using his mastery of close quarters combat and technology to achieve his goal. When Justice League rolls around at the end of next year, he’s going to use even more of his resources when taking on the movie’s new threat.

According to Slashfilm, Justice League is going to feature a lot of new Batman technology and vehicles, including something called the Flying Fox, which will be used to transport the team—Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Cyborg—from location to location.

Here’s how Slashfilm describes the new vehicle:

Batman has unearthed an old Wayne Technologies project and retrofitted it to be used as their plane. Imagine this as something, in Avengers terms, which is not as huge as a Helicarrier but much bigger than the Quinjet. The plane has three levels. The bottom houses the Batmobile, has seats on the wall, and has a ramp that lowers. The second has a wall armory of weapons and a cockpit/gunner in the front where Batman (or Alfred in one piece of concept art) controls the weapons.

The report also talks about new Batsuits, one of which is a slightly tweaked version of the one we saw in Batman v Superman, while the other is more advanced and is used during Justice League’s final chapter; it’s described as a “tactical Batsuit” that’s more advanced and offers more protection.

Of course, Batman wouldn’t be Batman without his stash of gadgets, and there will be plenty to show off when Justice League hits. We’ll see a lot of familiar gadgets, according to Slashfilm, along with some new ones. That also includes a modified Batmobile, which you can see in the photo above. It’s not too much different from the one we saw in Batman v Superman—the front guns have been changed—but it’s different enough.

Justice League hits theaters on Nov. 17, 2017.

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Brandon Russell

Brandon Russell enjoys writing about technology and entertainment. When he's not watching Back to the Future, you can find him on a hike or watching...