Gotham Knights: What we need from each member of the Bat-Family

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Titans, Jason Todd, Robin, Curran Walters, Gotham Knights

Titans — Ep. 205 — “Deathstroke” — Photo Credit: Sven Frenzel / 2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

What should we see from the Bat-Family in Gotham Knights?

DC FanDome was a huge success. Even if you don’t read comic books, there was something for everyone.

There were announcements for some of DC’s most popular TV shows (like Red Hood being part of season 3 of Titans), the trailer for Wonder Woman 1984 gave us our first glimpse of Kristen Wiig as Cheetah (and she looked marvelous) and we also received our first trailer for The Batman.

Not into comic book movies or TV shows? Well, how about video games? Another trailer that shook the internet was the latest installment to the Batman action-adventure games. This time, without the Dark Knight himself.

Now, WB Games Montreal is branching out and getting more of the Bat-Family with their project Gotham Knights.

In Gotham Knights, Batman is seemingly dead. With him gone, the criminals are going to be running wild. During his transmission to his team, Bruce said that Gotham will need its protectors more than ever – and he was right. Thankfully, Bruce has a family that can – and will – step up.

In the trailer, Batman calls upon Red Hood, Robin (Tim Drake), Batgirl, and Nightwing. We’ve seen all of them in previous Arkham games and three of them were playable characters. Now, we’ll be able to control all of them. That said, what should we get from each of these heroes in the game?

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