‘Gotham Knights’ story trailer introduces The Penguin

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A behind-the-scenes video about the Court of Owls also reveals some of the Talon players will face

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Warner Bros. Games has revealed a new trailer for Gotham Knights, which reveals Penguin as a character.

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Trailer premieres here dc fandom 2021 Tomorrow (16 October), which unlike previous revelations, is a pre-rendered cinematic with no new gameplay details.

However it is up to the sinister secret society of the Court of Owls that the game’s protagonists – the recently deceased Batman’s sidekicks Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing and the Red Hood – will have to face. It comes with a cryptic warning from the penguins that says, “They’re always watching, always listening, pulling everyone’s strings… but no one talks about them.”


The trailer also gives a glimpse of some of the members, from the wealthy elite who pull the strings, to deadly assassins who come in various forms – all adorning the masks of a variety of creepy owls.

A short behind-the-scenes video also premiered with the trailer, which shows the creators of Court of Owls discussing the organization’s origins, while Gotham Knights The development team shares how they’ve translated the source material into the game, while the narrative director said the team “expanded” and “added” what fans might already know about on Court.

Creative director Patrick Redding also touched on how players would go up against different Talons – the video shows one Hawking type holding a shield, while another has more wild and nimble movement – ​​saying, the player should be better off. Learn each of your strengths and weaknesses to equip. himself in battle.

“Like any good RPG, we’re presenting you a problem, and then we’re presenting you a range of possible solutions, and players will have the opportunity to maximize it according to their style,” says Redding .


Gotham Knights is an open-world game that features co-op between two players, either online or with an AI companion. Coming to PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One, it was delayed from its original 2021 release to 2022.

During DC Fandome 2021, a new in-engine trailer was also shown Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, which features a group of heroes tasked with taking down evil versions of Superman, The Green Lantern, and The Flash.

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