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Arkham Knight: What we learnt at E3 | Gamereactor UK

GR-UK writes: "We got a wider overview of the game's verticality, why the inclusion of Batmobile pushed Rocksteady into going new-gen only, their decision to introduce Scarecrow by breaking the E3 demo and that 2015 delay making for the game you deserve, as we talked to producer Dax Gin. Here's what we learnt from Rocksteady developer during our chat.

"When you think about what the Batmobile can do, the speed it can drive at, the devastation it can do on the streets of Gotham City... all of those things you've got to do with such reality and such fidelity that we had to step up to next-gen. We had to commit exclusively to next-gen. So once we made that decision to go for the Batmobile, all those technical decisions got made for us."

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Rainbowcookie760d ago

Laughing at the title,but yeah. However can some of the developers actually comment on the fact that the demo ran on a pc. I know dev kits are pretty much pc's but how will the game look on ps4/xboxone?

Activemessiah760d ago (Edited 760d ago )

What we also *learned is that the E3 demo was running on a PC so it won't look like that on console... but hey, nobody wants to hear that right? >_>

porkChop760d ago

Learnt is in fact a word.

LAWSON72760d ago (Edited 760d ago )

In Britain maybe, in America it justs looks and sounds strange. When I say this sentence, "Look what I learnt today", I just want rofl despite other words with similar spelling like burnt and knelt which are still said but I think it more of just do the fact it sounds better, the proper way especially when writing is with ed not t in US at least