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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:20pm 18/10/21 | 0 Comments
So many of Batman's rogues gallery participants are from ancient Bat tomes going back more than 80 years. But as with anything with that amount of longevity, we're also going to come across new entries among the old. Which is where we find ourselves with Gotham's secret crime organisation, the Court of Owls. A relatively new mob, in the long running pantheon, but one written to have existed pretty much first. And now the Court of Owls has injected itself in to Warner Bros Montreal's forthcoming Gotham Knights.

Over the weekend this was more solidly confirmed by way of a new story trailer that largely forgoes any gameplay in the face of showcasing that, firstly, this isn't in the same game-universe as Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham series and, secondly, this organisation (as created by modern Batman masters, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo) is creepy, cool and downright intimidating. Enough that even the Penguin is afraid of them.

Check out the new story trailer embedded below. Gotham Knights, like Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is slated for 2022.

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