Batman: Arkham Knight for PlayStation 4

Batman: Arkham Knight

Jun 23, 2015
29th of 6546

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Content Rating: Mature


Scarecrow has returned to unite the Rogues Gallery and has enlisted the Arkham Knight and his immense military force to bring all-out War to Gotham City and destroy the Batman once and for all. The Dark Knight must utilise the Batmobile's newly-revealed Battle Mode, as well as his full arsenal of abilities, to protect his city from complete destruction.

Gamer Reviews

43070 Reviews
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May 15, 2021

A true legendary ending to the trilogy of Batman Arkham series. This final part gives you the true experience of batman and his boom batmobile. The story is one the best in the series. The gameplay and deactivate mode are just amazing. The graphics can be a negative point but it's not necessary and you will not notice that much by the way graphics are really good(1080p) in ps4 and 4k in pro and is perfectly optimized.

Apr 30, 2021

Although the Batmobile were used half of the whole story by itself, Batman Arkham Knight is still an Fantastic Game with such variety take on combat and much DARKER Story. Rocksteady End this trilogy with a BANG (No Pun Intended).

Mar 11, 2021

The story is not as good as Arkham city but fighting is more fun epically with the bat mobile

Critic Reviews

51 Reviews
RichJun 29, 2015
Rocksteady have successfully crafted a believable Gotham, providing hours of absorbing and rewarding gameplay alongside a captivating storyline that is surprisingly daring. Newcomers may find the experience to be a little daunting due to the game’s assumption that players are already familiar with its gameplay systems, but nethertheless, this is a joy to behold for open world and action adventure fans. There’s never been a better time to “be the Batman!”
Brad ShoemakerJun 27, 2015
Thankfully, Arkham Knight sees Rocksteady becoming more confident in its design within the larger scope of an entire city, and despite a few uneven spots, this is overall a satisfying way to wrap up what the developer has referred to as its trilogy of Arkham games. This trilogy represents a really impressive body of work, and it leaves me excited to see what the studio turns its attention to next, superhero or otherwise.
Anthony LaBellaJun 29, 2015
It's a shame the game focuses so much on the Batmobile, because even that provides a welcome change of pace in small doses. Unfortunately, Arkham Knight doesn't deliver the Batmobile in small doses, and it turns out to be the most intrusive part of the experience. At least the rest of the game makes up for the Batmobile and the occasional narrative misstep.

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