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New Screens Released for Batman: Arkham Knight’s 1989 Movie, Bat-Family, and 2008 Tumbler Packs

WB and Rocksteady have released new screenshots for both of the new Batman: Arkham Knight DLC packs that are now available for purchase and download. The screens detail the 1989 Batmobile Movie pack, as well as the Bat-Family Skin pack.

The content is available through the game’s Season Pass, or for $1.99 each. The 1989 pack adds the classic batmobile with two custom race courses, as well as the Batman suit from the Keaton-led film. The Skin pack adds six new skins to the game based on alternate timeline looks for 1990s Catwoman, One Year Later Robin, Arkham Origins Batman, Iconic Grey & Black Batman, 1970s Batman and the Original Arkham Nightwing.

Stay tuned for new Batman: Arkham Knight downloadable content coming in September including:

  • 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.

You can check out the new screens for the two DLC packs below and the 2008 Tumbler pack, as well as a new trailer.

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