‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ Delayed Until 2015

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It seems the Dark Knight needs a little more time to get ready to defend Gotham. Batman: Arkham Knight has been delayed until 2015.

The next-generation Batman game — the third in Rocksteady’s trilogy of Arkham games — was originally slated to come to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC in October of this year, but developers need more time to finish the game.

Batman: Arkham Knight puts Batman against the Scarecrow as he tries to turn all of Gotham into a quivering mess by releasing a fear gas into the whole city. Thankfully Batman is armed with more tricks than ever, including a Batmobile — a first for the franchise.

To soften the blow of the delay, Rocksteady and Warner Bros. Interactive released a trailer showing off the Batmobile’s “battle mode,” which allows the iconic car to transform into a tank.

The game will introduce a brand new villain to the Batman universe: the titular Arkham Knight. Little is known about him, but fans heard his voice for the first time in a trailer released last month.

The game will still be on display at next week’s E3.

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