Batman Arkham Knight batgirlWarner Bros. has revealed that the Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass will allow players to play as Batgirl.

The Season Pass came under fire when it was announced last week, when it was confirmed as costing £33,without much in terms of details on its content, apart from confirming it will be released in a six-month window after the games’ release.

Warner Bros. has rectified this, however, as they released more details in a post on the games’ official Facebook page.

They explained: “We’ve heard from our community that you want more information on what we’ll be delivering in the Season Pass.

“While we aren’t ready to unveil every aspect of the content we’ll be developing, we would like to share more detail now to give you a better sense of the scope of the Season Pass.”

Arguably, the highlight of the pass is Batgirl: A Matter of Family, a prequel story expansion focusing on the young hero set in a brand new location. You can see the first picture of the new batgirl just above.

There is also a new set of story missions for Batman called The Season of Infamy. It will feature ‘legendary super-villains invading Gotham City’ with a promise of new gameplay features and story arcs.

Not only does Batman get a new slice of action, a pack entitled Gotham City Stories puts you as some of Batman’s key allies as their storylines get extended, featuring events set before and after Arkham Knight.

Batmobiles are also getting a special treatment in the season pass, allowing you to drive iconic Batmobiles from the characters’ 75-year history across specially designed tracks specific to each Batmobiles era. You can drive all Batmobiles across all tracks.

The Season Pass will also introduce new challenge maps for Batman and his allies, as well as new character skins from across eras for Batman, Robin, Nightwing and Catwoman.

Batman: Arkham Knight is scheduled for launch on the 23rd June for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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