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Oct 25, 2016 05:19 AM EDT

Batman ‘Telltale Series Episode 3’ Releases New World Order Trailer [VIDEO]


There are good and bad news for the Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 3. The trailer was already released, wherein it bears the title "New World Order." One notorious villain is expected to come in this episode. There is also a character who asked Batman why he is still looking for Bruce Wayne if he truly cares about Gotham's safety.

The bad news is that the Episode 3 will only be released on console and desktop, but it will not be released on mobile this Oct. 25. The version for the iOS, Xbox 360, Amazon, Appstore and Google Play is marked as coming soon; however, for iOS gamers, episode 3 may come immediately since episode 2 came out shortly after episode 1's release. This release also comes with a free frogurt. The frogurt however is cursed, according to Dual Shockers.

Episode 3 shows the broadcast on live TV of Penguin's brutal attack, which has made Gotham City in chaos. As gamers take on the role of Bruce and Batman, they will be tasked to delve deeper into the interconnected events and intrigue, involving the newly revealed Children of Arkham, Game Spot reported.

On the other hand, the ever-mysterious Selina Kyle revealed details about herself to Bruce in a closed-door encounter. After the attack of Penguin, Harvey Dent, who is also Bruce's friend and Gotham's new mayor, has changed drastically. Therefore, the future for Bruce Wayne and Batman is truly critical since it can be determined only through a flip of a coin.

In the Episode 2, Bruce Wayne can be seen to explore the deep corners of his memories. As he looks back, he has made more questions about the criminals who were involved in the past of Gotham. He was made to make a decision which will forever change Batman and those who lives around him. It was also shown that he was involved in a conflict with the Children of Arkham, who have dark aims for Gotham City.


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