Batman: Arkham Knight | Reveal Game Trailer


Batman: Arkham Knight is the next entry in the Arkham series and marks the return of original developer Rocksteady to the franchise, after spending three years working on the new title. As opposed to quite a few 2014 titles, Arkham Knight isn’t a cross-gen game, as it will only appear on the PS4 and Xbox One, not on the PS3 or Xbox 360 consoles. This is largely because Rocksteady considered that a cross-gen game would mean making sacrifices for the PS4 or Xbox One editions in terms of quality or performance, in order to keep things as balanced as possible. As such, it decided to completely focus on the new machines and to make sure that the game is taking advantage of their power, according to Rocksteady’s Sefton Hill, who detailed this strategy in the latest issue of GameInformer, via CVG. In order to highlight just how Arkham Knight uses the power of the new consoles, Rocksteady confirmed that it still employs its highly modified Unreal Engine framework but supports an open world that’s five times bigger than Arkham City. There are also no actual loading screens when switching from interior to exterior locations, and there are three or four times as many thugs present on the game’s streets.

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