Today over on the WB Games Community forums the remainder of Batman: Arkham Knight‘s downloadable content rollout was announced. In addition to new story episodes featuring Robin and a slew of Batman’s villains it was also mentioned that the Catwoman episode originally set for October is delayed to November. The troubled PC version of the game was also recently updated and will be back on store shelves soon.

There are two more Arkham Episodes coming in November. Catwoman’s Revenge puts players in control of Catwoman as she sets out to infiltrate the Riddler’s HQ as the final humiliation in their encounter. A Flip of a Coin, sees Robin dealing with the aftermath of Batman’s disappearance and hunting down Two-Face. The three post-launch Arkham Episodes are all roughly the same duration and are intended to be short, narrative vignettes that give a sense of what has happened to each of these characters after the events of Batman: Arkham Knight. We’re also converting these environments into new challenge maps to give more replay value to these packs.


In December, the Season of Infamy: Most Wanted Expansion will appear in your Gotham City, with each one approximately the similar length as the Most Wanted missions in the main game. Mad Hatter is playing a sinister mind-game with Batman, and GCPD’s finest are the pawns. Killer Croc has escaped from his maximum security cell and is wreaking havoc on a crashed airship. The League of Assassins has returned to Gotham City, but what is their motive and who is in charge? And Mister Freeze may be closer than ever to completing his life’s work… but at what cost?

The content will be available first for season pass holders with stand alone options available shortly after. Take a look at WB’s rundown below:



  • Batman Classic TV Series Batmobile Pack
    • Batmobile Track #1: Batcave Set
    • Batmobile Track #2: Penguin’s Dockyard
    • Classic TV Series Catwoman Skin
    • Classic TV Series Robin Skin
  • 1970s Batman Themed Batmobile Skin
  • Crime Fighter Challenge Pack #3
    • AR Challenge: Chemical Reaction
    • AR Challenge: Stage Fright
    • AR Challenge: Cauldron Speedway TT
    • AR Challenge: Guardians
    • AR Challenge: Precinct
    • AR Challenge: Vertigo
  • Free Updates
    • Character Selection in AR Combat Challenges
    • Optional Hard difficulty in AR Combat and Batmobile Combat Challenges





  • 2016 Batman v Superman Batmobile Pack
    • 2016 Batman v Superman Batman Skin
    • 2016 Batman v Superman Batmobile
  • Wayne Tech Pack
    • Track #1: Proving Ground
    • Track #2: Waynetech Loop
  • Arkham Episode: Catwoman’s Revenge
    • Includes 1 story mission and 2 AR challenge maps
  • Arkham Episode: A Flip of a Coin, starring Robin
    • Includes 1 story mission and 2 AR challenge maps
  • Arkham Episodes AR Challenge Update including maps from GCPD Lockdown
  • Robin and Batmobile Skins Pack
    • Robin Themed Batmobile Skin
    • Original Tim Drake Robin Skin
  • Riddler Themed Batmobile Skin
  • Crime Fighter Challenge Pack #4
    • AR Challenge: Clockwork
    • AR Challenge: Credit Crunch
    • AR Challenge: High Flyers
    • AR Challenge: Quarantine
    • AR Challenge: Wild Cat
    • AR Challenge: Divine Intervention
  • Free Update
    • Character Selection in AR Invisible Predator Challenges





  • Season of Infamy: Most Wanted Expansion
    • Mission: Beneath The Surface (Killer Croc)
    • Mission: In From the Cold (Mister Freeze)
    • Mission: Wonderland (Mad Hatter)
    • Mission: Shadow War (Ra’s Al Ghul)
  • 2008 Movie Batman Skin
  • Original Arkham Batmobile
  • Crime Fighter Challenge Pack #5
    • 6 TBC AR Challenges


With every Batman incarnation getting the Rocksteady treatment it was only a matter of time before Zack Snyder’s Batman V Superman look would come to gaming. It even comes with the new Batmobile.






  1. Wonder if they’ve got any plans to explain just what the hell happened in that ending.

    I got the game for free with a new graphics card. Even aside from the bugs that got it recalled, it was kind of a hot mess with occasional flashes of brilliance. The story was straight-up Idiot Plot stuff (I figured out who the Arkham Knight was after literally one line out of his mouth, and then spent the next twenty hours listening to the World’s Greatest Detective agonizing over the question of who this mystery man could possibly be), and the vehicle combat sections were miserable (though I did like the vehicle puzzle sections, and just driving around Gotham).

    It was a good enough game that I put in the time to finish it, but I’d be pretty upset if I’d paid money for it, and I don’t intend to start now. If I buy any expansion packs in the next few months, I can pretty much guarantee they’ll be for The Witcher 3 — though I’m in no hurry there, because I’m not even close to finishing the main campaign.

  2. I’m with you Thad. I thought Arkham Knight was easily the one of the biggest disappointments of the year.

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