Even with some bright spots, Gotham Knights is a flawed title in a post-Arkham world. Check out some of its major flaws.
Fixes for issues with the UI, localization, and friends not being able to join through invites, are also included in the update.
Gotham Knights is out now on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S. It features two-player co-op, with a planned game mode for four-player co-op down the line.
We take a deep dive into the technical aspects of Gotham Knights and compare it with Batman: Arkham Knight alongside performance analysis on PC.
The development team talks about some of the image language used when designing each hero, along with how they relate to each other.
We analyse this seemingly impossible prospect that lies at the heart of Gotham Knight's narrative.
Heroes share story progress and won't need to be leveled from scratch when switching.
The game can still be played fully solo.
A look at the city you'll be protecting, probably.
The rumour mill keeps churning out Batman stories.
Is it (finally) going to actually happen?
Are we finally going to see this damn thing or what?
Speculation surrounding the next Batman game continues to heat up.
Well, a game exists, so that's good to know.
The hacking elements could be pretty cool, if done right.
Take on the Joker with Robin in this new DLC.
"We are going for a Batman, whom people are scared of. "
Blizzard will affect gameplay.
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