The latest installment of the Arkham Insider web series unveiled a new Batmobile skin that gamers can use in-game. This skin is based on the vehicle Adam West ('Bruce Wayne') drove around in on the 1960s live-action Batman television series. It was a groovy, gadget-laden car fabricated from a decade-old Lincoln Futura concept car.
"Compared to the Arkham' Batmobile, it's really quite small," Senior Designer Mark Kevern explains. "It's much lighter. It's got a much higher suspension. Because of that, you can throw it into corners much heavier. You can do bigger drifts. You can do side thrusters to get further across the track when you wouldn't normally be able to."
Check out a preview of the new skin in the video below.
Want to know more about the Season Pass content coming to Batman: Arkham Knight in October? Look no further... First up, we're going back to an iconic time in Batman history with the Classic 1960s Batmobile and race tracks. We sit down with Sefton Hill to talk about some recent and upcoming changes to AR Challenges. And we're giving away a Limited Edition to a Twitter user with a talent for photography.
Batman: Arkham Knight is available now.