Gotham Knights’ First Trailer Teases Batman’s Death And The Court Of Owls

The first trailer for Warner Bros. Montreal’s game Gotham Knights was revealed at DC FanDome and it teases Batman’s death and the Court of Owls.

There have been all sorts of rumours about WB. Montreal’s upcoming Batman game.

It was rumoured that the game was going to reboot the Batman game franchise.

There were also rumours that the Court of Owls were going to be involved.

It seems as though those two rumours might be true, although I’m still not sure about the reboot thing.

It does look like this new Gotham Knights game will be a continuation of the Arkham game saga.

However, this time around, you’ll be playing as the members of Batman’s Batfamily, and not the Dark Knight himself.

Check out the game’s trailer below.

Warner Bros. Montreal’s Batman game is called Gotham Knights

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The trailer starts off by revealing that Batman is supposedly dead.

Bruce Wayne sends out a code black message to his Batfamily claiming that he must be dead.

It’s a prerecorded message and there are news reports that Bruce Wayne has died.

The trailer then introduces the Batfamily and shows off a bit of fighting.

However, it’s the end that really intrigued me as it revealed the Court of Owls is involved.

If you know anything about the Court of Owls, then you’ll know than Bruce Wayne made it his mission to investigate this strange organisation.

So, I don’t think Batman’s dead at all. I think it’ll be revealed that he staged his death to try and bring the Court of Owls out of the shadows.

What do you make of this news?

Does the trailer for Gotham Knights get you going?

Are you excited to play Warner Bros. Montreal’s Batman game and do you think he really is dead?

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