Gotham Knights will no longer be released for PS4 and Xbox One.

When the game was first revealed in 2020, it was set to include PS4 and Xbox One versions, but those have seemingly been cancelled ahead of release.

In an announcement about a new gameplay trailer today, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive included a very short note about the last-gen versions of the game no longer being released. No specific reasoning was given, other than to say that it would "provide players with the best possible gameplay experience."

After a delay, the game will arrive on October 25 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC (via Steam and Epic Games Store) only.

Gotham Knights comes from Batman: Arkham Origins developer WB Montreal, and allow players to take on the roles of Red Hood, Nightwing, Robin, and Batgirl in a version of Gotham where Batman has seemingly been killed.

It will be set in a separate universe from the Arkham games, and features a combat system specifically designed for co-op. There have been some rumours of a switch from the previously announced 2-player co-op to a full 4-players in the game, but the new trailer seems to disavow that idea.

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