Bat outta Gotham
Co-op brawler Gotham Knights, alongside the Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, will reappear during the DC Fandome on 16th October – and to tide you over until then, here’s a look at the release’s key art. The image shows a rain-slicked Gotham City, with heroes Nightwing, Batgirl, Robin, and Red Hood strutting confidently...
WB Games providing updates on superhero games
Last year, WB Games announced a duo of DC video games — Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Gotham Knights. Revealed during DC Fandome, there's been silence on both games ever since, but it appears that they're ready for another showing. The pair of titles have been confirmed as part of the...
Another day, another delay
We told you this would happen! 2021 has already been littered with delay announcements up until this point, and the latest project to be pushed back is Gotham Knights — the co-op enabled action title that's very reminiscent of the Batman Arkham games (although
"It is in many ways very different"
Warner Bros. Montreal's long-teased game turned out to be Gotham Knights, a co-op superhero action game starring the extended Bat-family of vigilantes. Instead of the Caped Crusader himself, you'll be playing as Batgirl, Robin, Nightwing, and Red Hood in an adventure designed to be played with others. You can...
New screenshots too
Following on from its announcement last weekend at DC FanDome, IGN has been lucky enough to interview Warner Bros Montreal about all things Gotham Knights. The developer shared some pretty interesting details relating to combat, story, special abilities, and the open world that could change your perspective on things -- that is...
Here’s a brain-teaser for you: Gotham Knights, the new co-op-based sidekick simulator from Warner Bros Montreal, is not related to the Batman: Arkham universe at all – but Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, the new co-op-based
Co-op action game starring Robin, Batgirl, more
Update: We've finally got a press release from Warner Bros, confirming that Gotham Knights will release on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 in 2021. It's described as a "third-person action RPG" in the documentation. As teased during the DC FanDome event, you'll work from the Belfry as your hub of...