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New teaser trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight

Rocksteady has released a new teaser trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight. The trailer takes place as Batman is going to check out the ACE Chemicals Plant. Upon arrival, Batman sees an army unloading tanks and toxic chemicals. Batman proceeds to inflatrate the chemical plant to find out who is behind the enemy occupation. Oracle, a.k.a Barbara Gordon, has found some information and it is revealed the person is the Arkham Knight. Batman then proceeds to kick some butt.

In the video we get a first look at the new fear takedown. Batman is seen breaking through a glass skylight and taking down the first of three enemies. The other two enemies are seen shooting erratically in all directions before Batman takes them down as well. In the next scene we get to see how Batman uses the environment to his advantage during combat. Batman breaks through a door, again, and then jumps up and cuts a light down and sends it crashing on top on an enemy. He then grabs another guy and shoves his face into a circuit breaker. Mind you, these are all non-lethal takedowns. Once Batman has taken down all the bad guys he calls in the Batmobile.

After Batman has lowered the gate we see the Batmobile jump over a broken bridge and land in an area filled with tanks. The Batmobile then proceeds to mow down the tanks, in a non-lethal way. After the tanks have been dispatched we get our first look at the Arkham Knight.

The new bad guy Arkham Knight looks amazing. In fact the whole game looks great. I believe there were a few in-game fighting scenes as well as some in-game cinema. This game is shaping up to what looks like the best in the series of Arkham games. Batman: Arkham Knight releases June 2, 2015.

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2 comments

  1. I’m kind of glad I don’t have to play this now and rush through it at Holiday time… As much as I’d like to get my hands on it asap.

  2. This might be the best game I will ever play. Arkham City is my favorite game of all time. I have high expectations for the final piece of the story.

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