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Telltale’s Batman Unveiled Before Summer Premiere

Telltale Games have unveiled their Batman in preparation for the pilot episode’s Summer Premiere and E3.

Telltale's Batman: Unveiled before Summer Premiere

Teaming with Warner Bros. Entertainment and DC Entertainment, Telltale Games aim to deliver a unique role-playing experience that allows the players to not only pull on the famous mask but also step into the shoes of Bruce Wayne.

“The complex life and fractured psyche of Bruce Wayne has lent itself to becoming a bold evolution of the signature ‘Telltale’ role-playing experience,” expanded Co-Founder and CEO of Telltale Games, Kevin Bruner. Over five episodes, the developer aims to provide a rich and complex drama that makes full use of the city of Gotham. A story filled with “action, crime, corruption and villainy”.

Telltale's Batman: Unveiled before Summer Premiere

Following in the steps of The Wolf Among Us, Batman – The Telltale Series has been visually designed to capture the comic book art style and features an impressive cast including Troy Baker as Bruce Wayne and Laura Bailey as Selina Kyle.

The series will be made digitally available on home consoles, PC/Mac and even mobile devices. A special season pass disc will also be available at certain retailers around the globe. The game will also be showed to guests at the upcoming E3 conference.

About Mark Sammut

Ever since Mark first learned how to walk and talk, games have been a part of his life. Just about missing the SNES era, Mark spent most of his weekends with a Playstation controller in his hands, saving the Isles of Wumpa and watching his brother attempt the now infamous Lara Croft hidden trick. A lover of sarcastic characters with big swords, Mark favours Hack n' Slash and JRPGs, although every genre is worth trying more than once. Favorite genres:Action, RPGs, JRPGs, Hack n' Slash

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