Gotham Knights reveals a new look for the Court of Owls

Ahead of its launch next month, WB Games Montreal has now revealed a new appearance in Court of Owls from Gotham Knights. when he comes back Gotham Knights First announced in 2020, one of the most exciting discoveries about the new Batman video game is that it will feature the evil Court of Owls. And while much of the court is involved in the narrative of Gotham Knights Still kept under wraps, WB Games has begun to show off more members who make up the organization.

Revealed on social media, a new poster of Gotham Knights Which prominently featured the Court of Owls. The art shows the many different members and types of enemies that would make up the court, with Talon standing noticeably in the foreground. While the Court of Owls appeared in a number of Gotham Knights Videos and trailers so far, this is probably the most detailed look we’ve seen of them so far.

One of the most popular fan theories regarding the Court of Owls in Gotham Knights It is that their involvement will be related to Batman’s death, which will serve as the catalyst for the game’s story. While Batman’s absence is something that prompts Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing, and Red Hood to come together to protect Gotham City, a number of fans naturally assume that the Dark Knight won’t actually die. In fact, some believe that Batman somehow faked his death to infiltrate the Court of Owls, or that he would instead be mind-controlled by the Court itself. It remains to be seen if any of these theories will be accurate, but we don’t have much longer to find out.

If you didn’t already know, Gotham Knights It is gearing up for release in just over a month on October 21. When it arrives, it will be exclusive to current-generation platforms with PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC.

Are you looking to pick up Gotham Knights to yourself when you fall? What do you think of the Court of Boom based on what we have seen so far? Let me know either down below in the comments or message me on Twitter at Trustworthy.


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