Batgirl: A Matter of Family – New DLC trailer


Batgirl: A Matter of Family is the first piece of downloadable content (DLC) for Batman: Arkham Knight and today, the trailer has been released online.

This DLC is a story-driven add-on, set prior to the events of the first game in the series, Batman: Arkham Asylum. You’ll be able to play as Batgirl for the very first time time in the Batman: Arkham franchise.

The DLC contains an all-new location with multiple missions, side quests and secrets! POW!

Plus, there’s a new hacking feature which allows you to progress through the world and solve puzzles, plus and dual-play functionality with Robin for dynamic take-down manoeuvres! BAM!

If you have the Season Pass, then you can be first in line to play this from July 14th, or if not, you can buy it separately from July 21st via the PlayStation Network and Xbox LIVE, for a mere £5.79. KAPOW!!

Batgirl: A Matter of Family has been developed by WB Games Montréal, and created using the Batman: Arkham Knight engine built by Rocksteady Studios. The remaining Season Pass add-on content is currently under development by Rocksteady Studios.

The Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass also includes an exclusive Flashpoint Batman Skin – available now, and there’ll be regular new content for six months featuring new story missions, more Super-Villains invading Gotham City, new legendary Batmobiles, advanced challenge maps, alternative character skins, and new drivable race tracks! POW!! BLAM!! KAPOWWW!!!

Batman: Arkham Knight is out now on PS4 and Xbox One, and the PC version is expected to be available again in the coming weeks.

Read out ‘Not Quite a Review’ of the launch version on PC here, and we’ll be giving it a full review when the game is released as intended.

Batgirl: A Matter of Family is available from July 14th for Season Pass owners, or from July 21st separately for £5.79, via Xbox Live and PSN and check out the trailer below:

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