The Gotham Knights arrive on October 25th

Mar 17, 2022 - 21:05
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The Gotham Knights arrive on October 25th

The Gotham Knights now have a firm release date. On October 25th, the Open World Cooperative RPG will be released for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox. Gotham Knights were supposed to be released in 2021, however, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment revealed in March that it will be delayed until this year.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

The Gotham Knights will be seen for the first time at the DC FanDome in August 2020, thanks to the studio behind Batman: Arkham Origins. In the game, you can play as Robin, Nightwing, Batgirl, or Red Hood in an attempt to overthrow the Court of Owls, a collection of shadow criminals that control Gotham's elite.

Following Batman's apparent death, you will also face Mr. Freeze and Penguin. After Batman, Rocksteady, the developer of other games in the Batman: Arkham series, will release his own title. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is also set to be released in 2022.

Electronic Arts canceled EA Play Live 2022

Since 2016, Electronic Arts has presented its EA Play Live event as part of the E3 Expo in early June. They unveiled most of their major gaming games for the coming year. This will not be the case this year, since EA has officially canceled the event.

Instead, the business will concentrate on smaller events centered on certain games. On that occasion, EA published a statement clarifying that they do not intend to announce all of their titles on the same day. This will allow EA's numerous gaming teams to follow their own release schedules rather than trying to fit within EA Play Live's.

This decision is hardly surprising given that the event was shifted from E3 last year and hosted a few weeks later. The reason for this is because EA thought that, despite the fact that they might have a significant number of visitors, they did not receive enough visibility under the auspices of the E3 Expo.

That was solved by separating it into a special event, and "breaking it up" into multiple smaller events will assure a longer media presence, as well as stronger public attention on individual games.