Another game falls victim to a release postponement: The co-op game Gotham Knights will no longer appear this year, but has been postponed to 2022 by developer and publisher Warner Bros. Warner Bros. does not give a more precise date.
This means that single players and co-op friends have to wait longer before they can jump into the action as Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood and Robin. Warner Bros. states that they want to “give the game more time” in order to “deliver the best possible gaming experience.”
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Gotham Knights wants to try something new
Gotham Knights dares to step into multiplayer realms after the Arkham trilogy previously served single player. Although we can also approach Gotham Knights as a lone wolf, according to the developer, Gotham Knights plays best in cooperative multiplayer.
Then we sneak, puzzle and fight our way through the levels in the rompers of the heroes Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood and Robin. The open world should be a star of the game and look livelier through NPCs with daily routines.
We remember that games in the Arkham trilogy were rather less pronounced at this point. Despite the large open Gotham game worlds, the streets seemed deserted – with the exception of the numerous criminals that Batman loves to beat up.
We have put together more exciting details for you about what kind of game Gotham Knights wants to be. The differences between Gotham Knights and the Arkham series can also be found clearly sorted here.
Gotham Knights shows first gameplay of co-op action
For a good first look at the game, check out the Gotham Knights gameplay trailer above. Another trailer also shows all playable heroes whose roles you and your friends can take on.