About five years after its launch, Batman: Arkham Knight is still acquiring another free Caped Crusader property.
The latest is the Earth 2 Dark Knight skin, which will only be available in the PlayStation 4 version of the 2015 game. The developer of Rocksteady Studios yesterday said it would be available on the PlayStation Store starting Jan. 28.
As promised last year, the Earth 2 Dark Knight skin will be made available worldwide to players with the Batman: Arkham Knight on PS4 Leather will be available for download on the PlayStation Store from January 28th. pic.twitter.com/zclEMkS7av
– Rocksteady Studios (@RocksteadyGames) January 24, 2020
Earth-2 is the first retcon of the DC Universe, launched in 1961. The creation of the same world explains why there are various versions of great heroes, such as the Golden Age Flash (Jay Garrick) and his better-known Silver Age Resume (Barry Allen). Batman was much relieved of this as he was one of the few DC characters in a single continuum that goes back to his first appearance. Anyway, if there's Earth-2 with a bunch of hundreds upon it, then it also has Batman.
This dress was part of Batman: Arkham Collection launched last year in Europe. Previously, the skin was only available in the North American version of the 2015 game, and with a few limited time promotions. Last July, Rocksteady promised that the Earth-2 Dark Knight costume would be made available for free to all PS4 game owners, worldwide, sometime earlier this year.
Quick details of the players in question. Batman: The Arkham Collection comes to Europe in September, and features E2DK skin (first available outside of NA). Early next year E2DK will be released as a free download for everyone who owns BAK on PS4 worldwide.
– Gaz @ Rocksteady (@GazDeaves) July 7, 2019
So it is unlikely that this points to anything in the following list of rumors WB Montreal is supposedly under construction. Studios (makers of 2013 & # 39; s Batman: Origin of Arkham) has been playing a new Batman video game since last autumn. Believing what that entails involves pointing to the Court of Owls, the wrong society of Gotham City's old-fashioned money launderers, which first appeared in 2011 Batman Vol. 2 # 1. That was part of The New 52, another reboot of the DC & # 39; s lineup.