Batman: Arkham Knight Catwoman's Revenge DLC Announced
Get some payback on The Riddler in October.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has detailed a fresh crop of DLC for Batman: Arkham Knight.
In October, the publisher plans to release the Batman Classic TV Series Mobile Pack, which gives players the classic skins for Batmobile, Catwoman, and Robin, as well as two racetracks inspired by the TV series.
In addition to this is Catwoman's Revenge, which is set after the events of Arkham Knight and casts players as Catwoman "as she seeks her revenge on Riddler."
Finally, the third Crime Fighter Challenge Pack will also be released in October. This will introduce "various combat and predator maps featuring Batman, Nightwing, Robin, and Azrael."
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In the meantime, the second Crime Fighter Challenge Pack and GCPD Lockdown all become available on September 29. GCPD Lockdown stars Nightwing as he attempts to stop Penguin from breaking out of the Gotham City Police Department.
The Tumbler Pack, which features the Batmobile from Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight series, is also now available to purchase on its own.
All the above content is available as part of the Batman: Arkham Knight season pass.
The Arkham Knight season pass is priced at $40, and Warner Bros. has said it will offer up new content for six months, which is up until the end of 2015.
Rocksteady has said this content will take the form of "story missions, supervillains, and more."
Warner Bros. has previously released the Batgirl-focused A Matter of Family expansion, which is availableon all platforms. This content was developed externally at Batman: Arkham Origins studio WB Games Montreal.
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