Batman: Arkham Knight gets an update after five years

Batman: Arkham Knight gets an update after five years
Batman: Arkham Knight came out five years ago on the market and it is not really a live service title, so it may seem strange to see an update coming now from Rocksteady, but it did.

The new patch of Batman: Arkham Knight has been made available in the past few hours and in particular allows you to get the skins of Anime Batman and Zur En Arrh Batman, as well as other possible accommodations within the update to the standard game.

Both skins were previously unlockable only through the WBplay online account, in this way they are instead made available to everyone without distinction. The reason is also the fact that the online account in question practically no longer exists, so it made no sense to keep the content exclusively linked to that platform.

Rocksteady interprets it as "a small gift for the Christmas period" and so we gladly accept it, with both costumes appearing very particular as a style.

For the rest, as we know the universe of Batman will continue in a rather different way from what we have seen so far with Gotham Knights, which is not part of the Arkham series, whose sequel is instead represented by Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

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