The authors of Gotham Knights told how they created the in-game Gotham

In the latest video on IGN, Gotham Knights developers talked about how they created Gotham – and the city here should be noticeably larger than in Batman: Arkham Knight. However, if the developers and are proud of Gothams scale, but they are even more impressed by the density of events and activities taking place here, as well as the potential for exploration: over the centuries, the city has grown not only up, but also down. And players will find numerous secrets, including easter eggs, as well as secret tunnels and underground bases that are designed to make the passage noticeably more interesting.

At the same time, the WB Games Montreal team took a responsible approach to thinking through the history of Gotham, which, as noted in the video, was founded and then developed by five families. And in the city itself there will be five districts that differ from each other, including in appearance.

So we will often be able to see old buildings and architectural structures โ€” the developers have set themselves the goal of showing Gotham not only here and now, but also as it has been for years or even centuries ago. More about the approach to creating the City can be found in the video below – they also demonstrate a little gameplay here.

Recall that in the story, Bat Cave is blown up, and Bruce Wayne allegedly dies & mdash; other heroes such as Nightwing, Robin, Batgirl and the Red Hood will have to take his place. They will face the Court of Owls, a secret organization that has been following what is happening in Gotham for many years and has been secretly pulling strings from behind the scenes.

In addition to them, it is likely that other familiar villains will meet, including Mr. Freez.

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