One of the most anticipated games to be released later this year is Gotham Knights. Players will be able to control heroes like Red Hood, Nightwing, Robin and Batgirl as they try to clear the streets after Batman’s untimely death. Featuring a two-player co-op mode, fans will once again be able to infiltrate Gotham City and deal with the corruption the notorious city is known for.
The game teased the involvement of The Court of Owls and featured Mr. Freeze in its first proper gameplay video.Although it’s not in the same universe as the legend Arkham The game is on, and fans are still excited to have another game in their style — even if they’re on a parallel timeline, so to speak.
The developer has released a new update, which may not be liked by many. It looks like the studio is leaving the past behind and embracing the future.
Gotham Knights only stays on current consoles
WB Games released a video showing the gameplay of its upcoming DC game Gotham Knights Red Hood and Nightwing are both in action.
Excitingly, additional announcements have drawn more attention. The highly anticipated DC Comics game will no longer be released for previous generations of consoles, such as the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
According to the developers, their goal is to “Provide players with the best gaming experience:”
“Please note that in order to provide players with the best gaming experience, this game will be released on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC, and will not be available for PlayStation 4 or Xbox One consoles.”
For those who didn’t catch the new thirteen minutes Gameplaywhich can be seen below:
WB Games Also announced as a pre-order bonus for the game, it will be a 233 Kustom Batcycle that players can drive around Gotham City. The reveal video can also be seen below:
Gotham Knights leave the past behind
This news will undoubtedly disappoint many fans around the world who still can’t get their hands on the current generation of consoles. While getting an Xbox One Series X has gotten a lot easier, the PlayStation 5 is still an elusive beast.
That said, gamers know that day will finally come.
While some may feel sad, in the grand scheme of things, it’s arguably moving forward. The transition phase between generations has always been a frustrating time for many, as games have been hampered by weaker systems for years. Therefore, they cannot take advantage of new technologies.
may have multiple elements Gotham Knights WB Games realized it couldn’t work with older generation consoles. So the studio did what every developer must eventually do: finally leaving the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the rearview mirror.
Gotham Knights The Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and PC versions will be available on October 25th.