Gotham Knights has a new gameplay trailer starring Robin

Tom Henry

Lovers of the DC universe and the Batman mythology are in luck. Although we will have to wait until 2023 to enjoy Kill the Justice Leaguethe expected Gotham Knights will arrive next October.

With Batman already dead, four heroes will have to do their best to stop the new wave of crimes in Gotham. Be careful, because the Court of Owls will also make things difficult for us.

As announced yesterday, WB Games Montreal has published a new gameplay trailer from Gotham Knights, this time focused on the character of Robin. He was the hero they had given the least information about…to date. Here you have the trailer:


Gotham Knights – Robin Trailer

Gotham Knights is a cooperative-focused action adventure starring Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing and Red Hood. Each will have their unique abilities and characteristics.

In the case of Robin, we have already seen his different attacks and abilities, as well as an expanded look at his design. He is one of the most important characters in the Batman universe, and the creators of Gotham Knights have recreated him to the best of their ability.

As we have already seen with Batgirl’s past (in that controversial description that WB Montreal changed) or the fringes of the Red Hood character, Robin will also have your concerns and progress in the plot

In Gotham Knights there is a commitment to variety. An example is that two players will be able to control the same hero at the same time, as strange as it may sound. Of course, it can also be played in individual mode.

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Interestingly, the new Gotham Knights trailer has jumped at the same time as the Nintendo Direct Mini. It was rumored that the game could be released on Nintendo Switch, as well as a compilation of Rocksteady’s Batman Arkham saga.

Gotham Knights will hit stores next October 25available in PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC. Unfortunately, and as the guys at WB Games Montreal have already confirmed, the PS4 and Xbox One versions have been cancelled.

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