Batman Gotham Knights: Release Date, Platforms, Teasers, Trailers, Court of Owls And Everything We Know

"Capture The Knight"

After multiple hints, followed by long stretches of relative silence, WB Montreal's new Batman game is known!

Gotham Knights will be loosely based on the Court of Owls story, following Batman's old apprentices take on the challenges for themselves.

Here's what we know about Batman: Gotham Knights.

Latest News

Co-Op Focus and Team Levelling - 10th January 

In an interview with GamesRadar, Fleur Marty has noted that they have taken a new approach when developing the game and there is more of an emphasis on co-op.

We have entirely redesigned the combat system in order for it to work well in co-op.

Of course, we’re still a brawler, and some of the mechanics won’t feel totally alien for people who played and enjoyed the Arkham series, but it is in many ways very different.

As well, another member of the developing team, Patrick Redding; who is the creative director behind Gotham Knights has noted the following in the same interview: 

"The two-player dynamic fits the fantasy and the Gotham City setting."

We also know that the game will level heroes even when you aren't using them, so you don't feel locked into any particular character.

Release Date

Considering the game hasn't been officially announced yet, we don't have a release date. We know sometime in 2021, so that narrows it down a tad, though we don't know how the pandemic will affect this!


As we approach the new console generation, expect the game to launch on PS5 and Xbox Series X - as well as offer a PC version (which will hopefully be better than Arkham Knight's).

What Is Gotham Knights?

Gotham Knights is a new title that's separate from the Arkham Universe of Batman games.

Players take on the role of Nightwing, Robin, Red Hood or Batgirl following the death of the caped crusader.

The game offers co-op gameplay but is NOT a live-service title – and WB Games Montreal have been quick to clarify the game can be played entirely solo.

Expect skill trees and unique ability combinations between the characters, although there's only two-player co-op available, despite four crimefighters to choose from.

Trailer & Gameplay

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