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Rocksteady’s Guy Perkins talks about trying to top Asylum and City with Batman: Arkham Knight

batman_arkham_knight_Sshot078In a live stream of the Eurogamer Expo, Rocksteady’s Guy Perkins was questioned about trying to top both Arkham Asylum and Arkham City with Batman: Arkham Knight. He called the process a challenging as they always try to set an almost unattainable goal with production concepts for every new videogame they developed.

For Batman: Arkham Asylum, Rocksteady wanted to simply make a good superhero game, which was a big challenge if you considered the quality of past licensed releases. With Batman: Arkham City, the studio decide to expand the experience by adding an open-world, glide mechanics and addition of player’s choices.

With Batman: Arkham Knight being Rocksteady’s last game for the franchise, they decided to set some big goals. Gav Murphy said the Gotham City is a lot bigger when compared to the town in the second game. The team is also using the extra horsepower of being PC and next-gen exclusive to add in the Batmobile.

The rep concluded by saying that his company has a mountain to climb at the end of every project. Even so, they are willing to do as much as possible to please fans and gamers.

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