Earlier today on their Facebook page, GameStop teased a blurred image promising "big news from a game tomorrow". Well, "tomorrow" turned out to mean "eight hours from now" as a GameStop ad was posted on a WB Game Board and the mystery game was revealed to be Batman: Arkham Knight. Here's the ad:
Famous BatCast members Jason Todd (the Red Hood) and Harley Quinn will both be getting story DLC (and probably variant costumes and will most likely be available on challenge maps, but this part is only this reporter's speculation). Here's a copy of the image that doesn't have all those pesky ads:
This is the first bit of Batman: Arkham Knight news since the trailer a month ago. It also makes one wonder just how much DLC this game will offer. The previous game, Batman: Arkham City, had a TON of variant costumes for Batman, as well as four characters that could be used in the Challenge Maps of the game. Arkham Knight has as many DLC story pack content offersas did it's predecessor: Arkham City only had two (Catwoman and "Harley Quinn's Revenge", which had Robin as the main character) One wonders when the other shoe will drop with other stores releasing their own exclusive content. Or perhaps even an actual release date, as the ad shows 2015, but a year is a long time. If we get any new details, we'll keep you updated.
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