Batman Arkham Knight – How Dual Play Combat Works
Batman: Arkham Knight is three weeks away from release, bringing with it freedom for the Dark Knight to explore the huge city of Gotham like never before, with the addition of the giant militarised Batmobile. Sidekicks Nightwing, Robin and Catwoman will also be coming along, and we’ll be joining Batman with a new game mechanic.
The Dual Play mechanic is a single-player, combat focused and specific to certain types of missions, during which Batman and his partner take on a group of thugs together. Getting the combo high enough, grants you the ability to enter Dual Play takedowns.
Outsidexbox shares a few details on the Dual Play system of Batman Arkham Knight in the video below:
The latest trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight showcases the PS4 Exclusive Contents, and features some never before seen footage which is definitely worth a look.
Rocksteady Studios have recently revealed the Batman Arkham Knight Dark Knight Returns and Batman Beyond character skins available via the Gotham’s Future Skin Pack, which will be available to all who pre-orders Batman Arkham Knight at any participating retailer.
A new developer diary which focuses on the design of the characters in Batman Arkham Knight, has been made available that goes into deep detail on some of the game’s key characters, as well as a new live-action trailer titled “Be The Batman”.
Rocksteady has released a great Arkham Insider episode for Batman Arkham Knight, which offers an in-depth look at the dual-play feature in action. The video showcases an amazing battle as Batman teams up with Nightwing to take down a whole room of enemies. The video continues with a bit Q & A which discusses some interesting aspects of the game.
The amazing “Those who follow you” trailer for Batman Arkham Knight revealed a new weapon called the Disruptor. This new gadget has been tailored to meet the challenges of Gotham City’s vast landscape through its long-range capabilities, and provides options that bolster Batman’s ability to control engagements like never before.
Batman Arkham Knight PC System Requirements were revealed, and they do seem pretty demanding. Sefton Hill, Game Director of Batman Arkham Knight and co-founder of Rocksteady Games recently confirmed on Twitter that the game will definitely be releasing on June 23 2015, promising no more delays. Batman Arkham Knight is set to release for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. We will bring you any new information prior to its release as soon as it becomes available. Be sure to check out our previous Batman: Arkham Knight coverage for more information on the game, here and here.