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Arkham Knight to get Batmobile and Batsuit from 1989 Tim Burton film

If you’re more of a Tim Burton fan than a Christopher Nolan loyalist then today’s news from Rocksteady Studios is sure to please.

The developer behind Batman: Arkham Knight has revealed next month’s wave of DLC will allow gamers to don the Michael Keaton Batsuit from the original 1989 movie. The fun doesn’t end there, however, since they’ll also get the opportunity to drive around in Burton’s interpretation of the Batmobile.

The perk for season-pass holders is part of a six-character skin pack for console gamers, which includes a number of characters from the movies and comics, as well as some new audio tracks.

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Battle through the streets of Gotham City with this pack that includes the Batman skin and Batmobile from the 1989 Batman film, as well as two tracks inspired by the film’s sequel,” the press release states (via Polygon).

“Included in this pack are six character skins based on the alternate timelines — 1990s Catwoman, One Year Later Robin, Arkham Origins Batman, Iconic Grey and Black Batman, 1970s Batman and the Original Arkham Nightwing.

Arkham character pack

The pack is the latest release from Rocksteady, which has already rolled out a version of Batman rocking the Adam West threads for early Arkham Knight adopters.

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