Coming from the City where they shot the scenes for Wayne Manor, (Wollaton Hall in Nottingham), I have a certain affinity with the Dark Knight himself. It’s about the only thing I have in common with him, other than the fact that I could’ve lived in Gotham in Nottinghamshire. Look it up, it’s a real place.
You might be surprised to learn that I’m a little stunned at the freshly announced cost of Batman: Arkham Knight’s Season Pass then. This Season Pass will include all the DLC for 6 months after the game is released plus some additional super-villains, Batmobile skins, advanced challenge maps, drivable race tracks and alternative character skins and will be priced at a whopping £32.99, just for the pass itself.
Warner Bros. Interactive have also confirmed that there will be two versions of the eagerly anticipated game, the Standard Edition, which is simply the game, and a Premium Edition. The Premium Edition is an option with digital pre-orders only at the moment and will include the Season Pass and the game itself and will weigh in at a wallet-emptying £87.98 on consoles.
Batman: Arkham Knight is scheduled to empty your bank accounts on the 23rd of June.
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