Batman Arkham Knight’s 1989 Batmobile & Race Track Brings Back Some Tim Burton Memories; Have You Ever Danced with the Devil by the Pale Moonlight?
The Batmobile from Tim Burton's Batman and Batman Returns will be making its way to Batman: Arkham Knight next week as part of the Season Pass. The 1989 design will be playable in a new race track inspired by the classic films. The latest Arkham Insider episode showcases the impressive version of the Batmobile racing the new track, while the longer second half of the video provides a QA with tester Harry Finkel playing the new Robin challenge map with Game Designer Noel Chamberlain and Brand Marketing producer Dax Ginn commentating. The new challenge will be released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next week.
The Batmobile from Tim Burton's films is coming to Batman Arkham Knight
You can check out the latest insider episode below:
Batman Arkham Knight has just received a new update on the PS4. The latest patch updates the game to version 1.05 and it weighs in at 4.3 GB. For users that have already updated to the latest version the download will only be 1.6 GB for the new update.
Batman Arkham Knight Patch 1.05 Changelog
- Stability Fixes.
- New Feature: Photo Mode.
- New Feature: Force original voice-cast option for non-English territories.
- Support for August additional content.
- Updates for WB Play and Downloadable Content.
- General gameplay, graphics, audio, UI and localization fixes.
Batman Arkham Knight is currently available on the PS4 and Xbox One, with the updated PC version expected to be available sometime in August.
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