Batman: Arkham Knight September DLC Revealed

Tumbler from 2008's Dark Knight, new Crime Fighter Challenge Pack, and more coming next month.


With Batman: Arkham Knight's August DLC out now, developer Rocksteady Studios is turning its attention to what's coming to the Caped Crusader action game next month.

On September 1, Rocksteady will release the first of Arkham Knight's Crime Fighter Challenge Packs, the developer has announced. This includes six AR challenges for Batman, Nightwing, Robin, and Catwoman. Additional packs will follow in the ensuing months.

Later in September, as suspected, Rocksteady will launch the 2008 Tumbler Batmobile Pack, which is inspired by Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight. This bundle also comes with two new tracks.

It's not the first time new Batmobile has come to Arkham Knight, as the 1989 model launched just this week.

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For more on all the DLC coming to Arkham Knight in September, check out the bullet points below, written by Rocksteady.

  • 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.

Arkham Knight's first expansion, A Matter of Family, focused on Batgirl and was developed externally at Batman: Arkham Origins studio WB Games Montreal. August's DLC, and all future expansions, however, will be made by principal developer Rocksteady.

The PC edition of Arkham Knight is still facing issues. As a result, the game remains unavailable to buy at retailers and DLC has been delayed. An "interim" patch is expected to be released later this month.

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