Batman Arkham Knight is an action-adventure video game published by Warner Bros and developed by Rocksteady Studios for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows. It is the successor to video game Batman Arkham Origins, and the fourth installment in the Batman Arkham franchise.
Core gameplay of Batman Arkham Knight is similar to the previous games in the Arkham franchise. Players familiar with the previous Arkham games will feel right at home when playing Arkham Knight.
In combat, Batman can now interact with various objects to perform take downs and additionally bring down up to five enemies at once using a Fear Take Down. Batman also teams up with other known sidekicks at various points in the game. During these fights the player can switch between Batman and other members of Rogue’s Gallery, and can perform devastating tag team take downs.
Batmobile is a great addition to Batman Arkham Knight. Apart from exploring the city, it can also be used to perform different take downs and also help Batman solve different puzzles featured all over Gotham City.
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Batman Arkham Knight has many trailers.
Batman Arkham Knight Launch Trailer is loaded with combat, scenes of various members from the rouge’s gallery, and the Dark Knight standing on the top of the city he protects.
Another trailer named “Time to go to War” displays the Batman gliding around the city, swooping down under bridges and climbing over rooftops, before dropping in on some thugs and engaging in combat.
Batman Arkham Knight’s “All Who Follow You” shows various characters that players can become in the game.
Batman Arkham Knight is the final chapter to the Batman Arkham trilogy. The entire game takes place throughout one night, with Gotham evacuated after Scarecrow threatens to toxic attacks across the city. The story precisely controls how much part of the city you can explore. You’re allowed to explore the further island from the beginning, but you’ll quickly get gunned down by enemies that vastly outnumbers you. Fortunately, to even the odds, you have Batmobile.
Batmobile is a welcomed addition to the Arkham game. You can crush through obstacles and smash through weak walls as you drive through the streets of Gotham. With tank mode, it becomes an ultimate destroyer. Combat mechanics are quite similar to the previous Arkham games, with various improvements.
Overall, Batman Arkham Knight is an awesome conclusion to the Arkham trilogy.
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PC gamers can play the game with cheats by using Batman Arkham Knight Trainer. There are many trainers available for the game. Most of them offer many similar cheats like unlimited health, unlimited XP, unlimited afterburner, freeze timer, super flying speed, etc.
Unfortunately, there are no such cheats available for PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game.
There are a total of 80 achievements in the game. Achievements are unlocked by performing different actions like destroying weapon caches, using different gadgets in combat, performing specific takedowns, etc. Some achievements are unlocked by completing Riddler challenges. While other achievements are in the form of secret trophies. You can always watch Batman Arkham Knight Walkthrough videos on YouTube to find secret trophy locations.
Completing all side quests and Riddler challenges with 100% completion unlocks an alternate Batman Arkham Knight Ending also called True Ending.