Batman: Arkham Knight Will Have Tumbler From Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy
New video also shows off August's Batman 1989-inspired DLC.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has teased new Batmobile DLC for Batman: Arkham Knight, revealing the Tumbler is on its way to the game.
The video for Arkham Knight's August Update shows off the 1989 Batman Movie pack, but ends by providing a brief glimpse at the car used in Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy.
Watch the video below, but be warned, it contains a few fairly big plot spoilers.
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Warner Bros. has not yet officially announced the Tumbler will be available to play in the game and, as a result, there's no information on whether the vehicle's gadgets will be included, or if it can transform into the Batpod.
The 1989 Batman pack, meanwhile, includes the suit worn by Michael Keaton in the film and two new racetracks inspired by Batman Returns. The DLC is available now for $1.99 (£1.69).
Batman: 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 Batman 1989 DLC, however, was made by principal developer Rocksteady.
The PC edition of Arkham Knight is still facing issues. As a result, the game is still unavailable to buy at retailers and DLC has been delayed. An "interim" patch is expected to be released later this month.
Making matters potentially worse, a recent report claimed that Warner Bros. knew about the issues for Arkham Knight on PC "for months."
Take a look at some pictures of Arkham Knight's Tumbler below.
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