You won’t see the entire history of Gotham Knights in one game.

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You won’t be able to see the entire Gotham Knights story in one playthrough, say developers at WB Games Montreal. As Gotham Knights’ release date approaches, game director Jeff Ellenor and cinematographer Wilson Mui discuss Batman’s spin-off storytelling and the impact of its four-character approach on how players watch it unfold the history.

“You won’t see everything in one playthrough,” says Ellenor in an interview published in PLAY magazine #19 (originally seen by MP1st), “simply because it has a lot of content that is unique to the hero’s perception of what’s going on. . ” . And what happened.” DC Comics features four playable characters from the Batman universe: Nightwing, Batgirl, Robin, and Red Hood, and each of them can be completed with missions, changing them depending on who you choose.

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Mui talks about the complexity of the cinematography, explaining that “structurally we will have a very similar scene for each character, but each character has their own version. Because they move differently, they talk differently, they have different histories with all the different characters, it allows us to make a scene that is their version of that.” As a rather silly example, he points out that in Nightwing’s version of a scene, “we have a butt because, you know, Nightwing has a butt that we have to appease the fans with.”

The concept of seeing how different characters react to a given situation is definitely something that die-hard DC Comics fans will love and should add a lot of replay value to the game because there are so many of them in Gotham Knights.”

The pair also discuss the team’s decision to kill off the iconic caped crusader for their final match. Ellenor explains that creative director Pat Redding understood how the four characters would handle having to “do Batman’s job if Batman wasn’t around” and says that the setup “became a very energetic idea for the team”. and we ran with him almost immediately. He mui adds that the emotional implications for the protagonists of Gotham Knights “are a blank slate, we don’t see much of it.”

Gotham Knights launches on October 21 and we’ve got everything you need to know about the Gotham Knights characters ahead of its release. Redding also recently spoke about the team’s more low-key approach to Harley Quinn in Gotham Knights. If you’re looking for the other best superhero games on PC, we’ve got plenty for you, including the first images of the PC port of Spider-Man: Miles Morales, coming later in 2022.

Source : PC Gamesn

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