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New Batman: Arkham Knight‘s gameplay footage premiered tonight during Sony’s E3 2014 press conference, showcasing the size and scope of a next-gen Gotham City.

Beyond impressive visuals, draw distances, and other technical wonders, the gameplay footage—clocking in at just over five minutes—showcases The Dark Knight burning rubber on the streets of Gotham and flipping the switch on the Batmobile’s Battle mode, which turns his whip into a tricked out, agile bat-tank capable of taking down the Arkham Knight’s formidable forces.

Sony also revealed that Scarecrow Nightmare missions will be available only on PlayStation 4.

Batman: Arkham City launches on Windows PC, PS4, and Xbox One sometime 2015—presumably earlier in the year than later.

Batman: Arkham Knight gameplay footage shows 5 minutes of Batmobile mayhem

By | 06/9/2014 10:10 PM PT

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New Batman: Arkham Knight‘s gameplay footage premiered tonight during Sony’s E3 2014 press conference, showcasing the size and scope of a next-gen Gotham City.

Beyond impressive visuals, draw distances, and other technical wonders, the gameplay footage—clocking in at just over five minutes—showcases The Dark Knight burning rubber on the streets of Gotham and flipping the switch on the Batmobile’s Battle mode, which turns his whip into a tricked out, agile bat-tank capable of taking down the Arkham Knight’s formidable forces.

Sony also revealed that Scarecrow Nightmare missions will be available only on PlayStation 4.

Batman: Arkham City launches on Windows PC, PS4, and Xbox One sometime 2015—presumably earlier in the year than later.

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