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Tomorrow there will be new details of Gotham Knights: know the time of the event

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In the summer of 2020, Warner Bros officially announced Gotham Knights, a title set in the Batman franchise in which 4 of the most important characters in the Dark Knight universe will appear: specifically, we can take control of Batgirl, Robin, Red Hood or Nightwing .

Since then, the company has been offering new details of Gotham Knights little by littlesomething that ended up causing the title to be delayed to the current year 2022. However, this will change tomorrow, because through the official account of the game on Twitterthe developer studio has announced that tomorrow there will be a new streaming of the game.

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Tomorrow there will be new details of Gotham Knights

After a few days in which rumors about the title have begun to appear, such as the most recent one, which indicates that the title could have a 4-player cooperative; It seems that it is something that we could confirm or deny tomorrow, because the study has quoted at 3:00 p.m. Spanish time to learn new details of Gotham Knights.

This is the massive size that Gotham Knights would occupy

The publication has not revealed anything else, except for an image in which we can see Nightwing and Red Hood together, perhaps in advance of trying to confirm precisely that cooperative element we were talking about.

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It will also be necessary to see if finally, the title ends up reaching the last generation consoles, or if on the contrary the people of Warner Bros Montreal have decided to make Gotham Knights an exclusive game for Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5. Be as whatever, tomorrow we may have an answer to these questions.

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