Gotham Knights introduces the Court of Owls in new story trailer

Written by Neil Soutter on Mon, Oct 18, 2021 12:25 PM
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Last year, Warner Brothers revealed two new games set within the DC universe, and with the latest DC Fandome 2021 event we got more story trailers for each game. Thankfully, Warner Bros also released a behind the scenes trailer as well for this one, which will undoubtedly please a lot of die hard comic fans.

Gotham Knights is now launching in 2022, and it seems that its main antagonist will be the Court of Owls, as the new story trailer suggests. There’s not really any gameplay unfortunately, but it does give us an idea of what the overall story will follow. Hopefully we’ll be getting more gameplay next year up to the game’s official release.

If you’re a fan of the original comics series though, Warner Bros also released a behind the scenes trailer, which delves more into the backstory of the Court of Owls and why the developers chose to focus on that particular storyline for the upcoming game. Check it out below:

Although it takes place in the same setting as Batman, Gotham Knights is not a canonical sequel to Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham series. Instead, that will be continued on through Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, which also recently got a new story trailer from the DC Fandome 2021 event.

What do you think? Are you excited for Gotham Knights? How do you feel about the story trailer above? Have you read the original comic book series? Let us know!

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23:01 Oct-18-2021

If Batman and Jim Gordon couldn't get a handle on this city, these punk a$s b!tches think they have a chance?


Iy is just so disappointing to see this game. Just so disappointing.

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04:48 Oct-19-2021

The game version of Arkham Knight (character) is actually Red Hood in the comics (and here) which means 3 generations of Robins. Dick Grayson is generally regarded as one of the best fighters in the DC universe. He is so good that when he fills in for Batman, no one notices. The instant leader of the original Teen Titans based upon the experience and ability he brings to the table. Jason Todd is a brutal fighter trained by Batman with hints of Flashpoint Batman in his style. Chances as this Robin is Damian Wayne who was trained by the League of Shadows and his mother and grandfather before living with Bruce Wayne. Batgirl trained with both Bruce and Dick. If there is a team that will be fun to play while able to hold their own, it's these 4.

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04:56 Oct-19-2021

Looking it up, it's actually Tim Drake who is basically self-taught, then Batman-trained fighter similar to Dick Grayson who later became Red Robin. There is history here and that is the reason these 4 were chosen,

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22:06 Oct-18-2021

Honestly it looks like a game tailored to be a live service.

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15:22 Oct-18-2021

Not really exited for Gotham knights but god, I love court of owls storyline, but seems to be this one is without batman

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