The “Akrham Knight” in Batman: Arkham Knight might not refer to what you think it does. It’s not another nickname for our favorite caped crusader, Batman.
Instead, Arkham Knight is a brand new villain made specifically for the tale in the upcoming entry in the Batman: Arkham series. We’ve known this for a while of course, but today marks the first time that villain’s likeness has been revealed.
Here’s Arkham Knight in all his glory.
Looks pretty cool, right?
In case that wasn’t enough, Rocksteady dropped a few more shots on us surrounding more familiar faces and icons. Here with have Batman, of course, Barbara Gordon on a display and the brand new Batmobile.
Now, I’m not one of those gamers who had a big problem with Batman: Arkham Origins. I had a glitch-free experience with my version on the Wii U, and I felt the storyline was fair enough to warrant its existence.
Was Origins the best in the series? Far from it. However, the game worked and served me well for around 20 hours of play.
With that said, I’m very excited to see Rocksteady back at the helm with Arkham Knight. This title will hit the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC platforms later this year.
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