Batman: Arkham Knight players will soon be able to roll around Gotham City in the Tumbler from 2008's The Dark Knight, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced today.
For now, players can outfit the Dark Knight in Michael Keaton's suit from 1989's Batman and hop into the Batmobile that Keaton drove around in that film. Arkham Knight's 1989 Batmobile Movie Pack, which Warner Bros. announced in July and showed off last week, is now available along with the Bat-Family Skin Pack. That bundle includes three alternate Batman outfits, plus one each for Robin, Nightwing and Catwoman. Each downloadable content pack is available to Arkham Knight season pass holders at no additional charge, and costs $1.99 on its own.
Warner Bros. is planning four different DLC releases for September, starting with Crime Fighter Challenge Pack #1 on Sept. 1, which comes with six AR challenges for Batman, Nightwing, Robin and Catwoman. The company will also release another Batmobile next month: the Tumbler, which appeared in Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight film trilogy.
Check out the full September schedule below from Warner Bros.:
- Crime Fighter Challenge Pack #1 (Sept. 1): Receive 6 AR challenges for Batman, Nightwing, Robin and Catwoman. This expansive challenge pack allows focused training in Freeflow Combat and Invisible Predator stealth incursion.
- GCPD Lockdown (Later in Sept.): Set after the events of Arkham Knight, play as Nightwing to stop the Penguin from breaking out of the Gotham City Police Department in this thrilling story pack.
- 2008 Tumbler Batmobile Pack (Later in Sept.): Inspired by the 2008 movie The Dark Knight, intimidate your foes with the Tumbler Batmobile and race through two themed tracks.
- Original Arkham Batman Skin (Later in Sept.): Fight the war against Gotham City with the original Arkham Asylum Batman costume.
For footage of the 1989 Batmobile and costume in action, as well as a glimpse of Arkham Knight's Tumbler, check out the second half of the trailer above. There's no word yet on when any of this DLC will be released for the game's beleaguered PC port. Read our review of Arkham Knight's PS4 version for more on the game.