Are old-gen versions of Gotham Knights really in danger of being postponed or canceled? Let’s find out all the details in this news
After showing up for the first time about two years ago now, Gotham Knights, expected both for the latest generation consoles and in the old-gen and PC versions, immediately captured the attention of the community, also thanks to a completely new combat system for the series. After a delay that caused the launch to be postponed to the 25 October 2022now the new title set in the Batman universe has begun to receive the usual rating, but the first information has worried fans who own a console of the last generation.
Will old-gen versions of Gotham Knights arrive as planned?
According to what has emerged online in these hours, it seems that one of the first ratings of Gotham Knights (specifically that of Taiwan) did not include the old-gen versions of the gameunlike those for Xbox Series X / S and PlayStation 5. For this reason, many users who are waiting to be able to play the latest effort of WB Games Montréal even on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 they began to fear that the game would only be available for next-gen consoles.
While these kinds of facts may instill doubt in some users, it is much more likely that the classification of past generation console titles will take place at a later date. To confirm this hypothesis there is the fact that it is also excluded from the rating in question the PC version of the game. Therefore, unless there are any official statements released by the software house, it can be safely said that the title remains expected to arrive for Xbox One, Ps4 and PC, as well as for the aforementioned Xbox Series X / S and PS5.
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Gotham Knights article: are old-gen versions still planned? comes from allotek.