It’s Time to Go to War in Batman: Arkham Knight

Another seven minute gameplay clip, continuing from the previous “Officer Down” video, has been released leading up to Batman: Arkham Knight‘s June 23rd launch.

This installment, titled ““Time To Go To War,” shows the Dark Knight crashing Scarecrow’s safe house, pummeling some bad guys with a x55 hit combo, freeing and apprehending Poison Ivy, blasting some militia drone tanks into bits from behind the wheel of his Batmobile, and then delivering Ivy to GCPD lockup. The game is looking as impressive as ever, so get excited.

Side note: I finally got around to finishing Arkham City over the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Started it in 2012, finished it in 2015–that’s how huge my backlog is at this point. Now I’m contemplating whether I should bother trying to squeeze in Origins and Blackgate before Arkham Knight drops, even though those titles aren’t part of Rocksteady’s narrative continuity. At this point I’ll probably just wait and get around to them later.

Now back on topic for a moment… Here are nine glorious new Arkham Knight screenshots WB sent out in accompaniment to the gameplay footage.

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