Warner Bros. has scrapped the release of the PS4 and Xbox One versions for the upcoming action RPG, Gotham Knights.
Gotham Knights’ PlayStation Store page has been updated to reveal that the game will now support 4-player co-op.
For R158 million, it had better be one heck of a Dying Light collector’s edition – we’re talking a zombie-proof estate and our own personal tank.
We’ve often said that the Batman Arkham games are an example of the story of Batman at its best; turns out, we may have been wrong.
Warner Bros. feels bad, which means gamers win. Sometimes.
You’d think for having to put up with their buffoonery, Warner Bros. would grant PC gamers an apology that goes beyond, “Well, we done f#@cked up. Our bad.”
We wouldn’t be surprised if you missed it.
And it leaves us with so many questions.
Get ready to lose your mind in the wasteland.
Should we even bother stopping and taking in this dystopian environment in, or do we keep driving?
Who’s really surprised by this? We aren’t.
And more brutal than ever.
Suddenly, your car roars to life and you’re tasked with outrunning the volatiles.
It’s time for a lively stroll in the countryside.
There’s a lot of promise.
As long as when we get it, it works as it should.
Thanks for another broken PC port!
The kings of construction, LEGO themselves, are back.
Get ready for a fight Scarecrow.
Batman, where are you? Can’t you see our bat signal?