As we patiently (or not so patiently) await the release date for Batman: Arkham Knight, here’s a list of all of the available pre-order incentives from all available retailers. Have you reserved your copy of the game yet? No?! Well, hopefully this list keeps you from dancing with the devil in the pale moonlight.
WayneTech Booster Pack!
Fight crime in Gotham City with this variety of boosters that include an Explosive Gel Takedown, Aerial Juggle, Batarangs While Gliding and Batmobile Weapon Upgrade. (Best Buy Exclusive)
First Appearance Skin Pack!
Gain access to the Detective Comics #27, first appearance of Batman skin from 1939. (Amazon Exclusive)
Red Hood Story Pack!
Play as the infamous Red Hood in this story pack DLC. (GameStop Exclusive)
Gotham’s Future Skin Pack!
Available skin packs for both the animated series Batman Beyond and Frank Miller’s comic The Dark Knight Returns. (Steam Exclusive)
Cruise around in the Prototype Batmobile that offers some exclusive gameplay features. (Walmart Exclusive)
Harley Quinn Prequel DLC!
With this pack you will be able to play as the Joker’s sidekick herself, Harley Quinn. This dlc pack will be available with any retailer reservation and includes a unique arsenal of weapons and gadgets to mess around with.
PS4 Exclusive Content!
These exclusive PS4 packs include the Scarecrow Nightmare Missions, the Justice League 3000 Batman Suit and the classic TV series Batman and Batmobile skins. (PS4 Exclusive)
Batman: Arkham Knight Limited Edition!
This limited edition of the game will retailer for $99.99 and include a Steelbook case, Arkham Knight Art Book, Limited Edition DC Comic, Three unique New 52 skin packs and a Limited Edition Batman Statue. (Also available for PS4)
Batman: Arkham Knight Batmobile Edition!
Last but not least, this Batmobile edition will come with all of the Limited Edition contents, but instead of a Batman Statue, it will come with a fully transformable Batmobile statue for $199.99. (Also Available For Xbox One)
Remember, Batman: Arkham Knight will be launching for the PC, Xbox One and PS4 June 23, 2015 instead of June 02. Where ever you decide to pre-order the game, it appears Warner Bros. has gone all out once again in terms of content for the game. Let us know if and where you will be pre-ordering the game and what you’re most excited for.