Telltale’s episodic point-and-click adventure game Batman: The Enemy Within has finally gotten a release date on iOS.
Episodes one and two of the sequel to 2016’s Batman: The Telltale Series will land in the iOS App Store on September 26. Episode one of the five-part series was released on consoles and PC in early August, but mobile gamers must wait a bit to get their hands on the new title.
In the meantime, check out the Batman: The Enemy Within trailer below.
Batman: The Enemy Within is a story-driven Bat-adventure
Batman: The Enemy Within boasts a similar format to other Telltale titles like The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us and Tales from the Borderlands. That means an episodic, story-driven game, in which choices made by the player impact how the action unfolds.
The new Batman game stars Troy Baker (Joel in The Last of Us and, intriguingly, The Joker in both Arkham Origins and Assault on Arkham) as Batman and Bruce Wayne. Episode 1 earned acclaim from fans. And, while it’s not in the same storyline universe as the Arkham games, it’s likely to find favor with any Bat-fans out there.
Pricing hasn’t yet been confirmed, but it’s likely that Episode 1 will cost you $4.99, while additional episodes will come with a slight reduction if you opt for a Multi-Pack bundle via in-app purchase.
If you’ve not played it, you can download the first (excellent) season of Telltale’s Dark Knight adventures — Batman: The Telltale series — here. The game requires iOS 9 or above, and an iPhone 5s, iPad Air or newer.
Via: Touch Arcade