Batman Dominates Gotham in This Gorgeous Arkham Knight PS4 Video

Gameplay trailer showcases graphical prowess and cinematic flair of Rocksteady's current-gen Batman game.

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Warner Bros. has released what it says is Batman Arkham Knight footage captured directly from PlayStation 4.

The video flaunts the graphical splendor of the current-gen-only title, in terms of both the scale and detail of Gotham, with the Dark Knight traversing across its skyline and swooping through the streets.

Warner Bros.' trailer then moves to the series' signature combat, with its familiar combo chains and counters. Perhaps most noticeable is the enhanced cinematography present throughout, with gameplay sequences stitched together by in-game performances and signified, at times, by changes to the musical score.

Also present is Batmobile gameplay, with the high-speed tank darting through the streets and launching missiles at enemy vehicles. The video ends with an interrogation scene, which caries a more sinister tone, adding to speculation that this final game in the trilogy will be the darkest of the three.

Originally intended to be released in 2014, Batman Arkham Knight's release date has been delayed again, this time to June 23. The game is coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. For more, check out some select images in the gallery below.

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