Telltale Games posted the trailer for the season finale of ‘Batman: The Telltale Series,’ scheduled to premiere on December 13 in both video game and mobile platforms.
The critically acclaimed series has met some criticism from players upon launch after the first episode presented some performance issues playing on PC.
Telltale’s interactive adventure is the latest title in a saga of games that first gained notoriety with the release of ‘The Walking Dead’ back in 2012.
The unique style clicked with fans looking for something different in games, and it has expanded to game franchises like Borderlands and Emmy-winning shows like Game of Thrones.
‘Batman: The Telltale Series’ will end at the Arkham Asylum
The first season of ‘Batman: The Telltale Series’ will bring players back to Arkham Asylum in one last mission to stop the chaos in Gotham once and for all.
‘City of Light’ hints at a finale closing on a high note of hope rather than one of destruction and desolation like most of the season.
Players of the fifth episode will have to, once again, face the consequences of their choices throughout the previous four episodes of ‘Batman: The Telltale Series’ Season One.
Depending on which path they took on earlier installments of the series, players of the graphic adventure will have to face either the Penguin at the Wayne Tech building or Two-Face at Wayne Manor.
The two enemies will also trigger different outcomes. People engaged in the game playing as Batman, or Bruce Wayne will have the chance to rebuild the Wayne family’s reputation once and for all.
Telltale Games has yet to announce if they plan on developing a second season of ‘Batman: The Telltale Series’ that delves further into this new version of the DC hero.
Batman: The Telltale Series price and availability
The full series is available for download on PC, Mac, Android, iOS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One for $24.99.
Next up, Telltale has scheduled the release of the two-part first episode of ‘The Walking Dead: A New Frontier’ for December 20. A five-episode series based on ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ will launch in 2017.