“You will bring death to all who follow you.” Sounds ominous.
Slated for release on June 23 2015, for PS4, Xbox One and PC, Batman: Arkham Knight has been gathering attention because of its M-for-mature-rating – in part because of some foul language – but largely due to a scene in which someone is tortured “using a vehicle’s wheels”. You can read the ESRB’s report here.
It’s no surprise then that the new trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight is 18-rated, and as ever you’ll need to be logged into YouTube to access age-restricted content. It’s worth it though – the trailer is super-slick and looks every bit as though it’s from the much-lauded Christopher Nolan series. Plus it has Batman, Robin and Nightwing together! We’re a bit too excited to produce coherent words, so why don’t you see for yourself.
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