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Batman Arkham Knight gameplay puts the next into next-gen

Batman Arkham Knight gameplay puts the next into next-gen

If any series looks set to demonstrate the step up from current to next-gen, it’s Batman.

Warner has at last released a gameplay video for Batman: Arkham Knight, and the bells and whistles are clear to see.

Aside from the obvious jump in visual quality, what’s especially impressive is the transition from swooping across the Gotham skyline to traversing the roads in the Batmobile. Speaking of which, that now transforms.

Batman: Arkham Knight was recently delayed to 2015.

Take a look below:

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2 Comments

  1. Jac

    Loved both Asylum and City so looking forward to this. Even in the previous games the sense of exploration and depth was good but the world in the new game looks massive.

    I am wondering what is going to be needed to run with decent FPS at 1080p. I’d guess that a 780 or equivalent would get you at least a minimum of 30fps maxxed out. The point that interests me is the consoles have a common memory pool, meaning they can dedicate 6GB of memory to the GPU is they wish to do so. Would that mean a PC would be hindered if running a card that only has 2GB VRAM. Might be a consideration for my next GPU.

  2. Stuart_Davidson

    Should be reasonably well optimised for “lower” memory cards. Based on the last few games you are probably right to think about the NVIDIA route though… they seem to very much favour the Batman games.

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