Although Batman: Arkham Knight was recently delayed, the latest trailer shows the gameplay might justify the added wait. Have a look for yourself:
One of the game's selling points is the driveable Batmobile, which this trailer demonstrates in action. While this isn't a driving game, the vehicle physics do look good, with handling characteristics that aren't overly exaggerated—and destructible environments that lend credence to the idea that you're piloting something far greater than the average car.
Batman: Arkham Knight will arrive some time in 2015 for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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