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BATMAN - The Telltale Series got its first episode released

Author: Dmytro Voloshyn

Category: News

BATMAN - The Telltale Series has its first episode Realm of Shadows released on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

BATMAN - The Telltale Series got its first episode released
BATMAN - The Telltale Series, a game developed by Telltale Games in partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, has its first episode Realm of Shadows released on PC (via Telltale Online Store and Steam), Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. 

The game has Mixed (around 68% of the players like the game) reviews on Steam. Players report the game to have many issues on PC and advise potential customers to wait until the fix is deployed by Telltale Games. The issues include low FPS and freezes.

Later this week, the episode will also be available on Mac. Later this month, the developers will release Realm of Shadows for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360. Finally, the first episode will be available to iOS and Android users in the middle of September.

Here's the World Premiere Trailer:

"Creating an entirely original story surrounding the man behind the mask and challenging players to take on the role of Bruce Wayne just as much as the mythic Batman has resulted in one of our most sophisticated Telltale series yet," said Kevin Bruner, CEO, Co-Founder of Telltale Games. "Our game will explore all aspects of Bruce's life, from his tense encounters in public with Gotham City's most notorious criminals by day, to his thrilling chases across the rooftops at night, players will think twice about their choices and consequences in a city that's always watching the actions of its most famous billionaire."

The series also marks the first ever unique, local multiplayer options for a Telltale game with the all-new Crowd Play feature. The feature allows game owners to invite a group of players to vote on story decisions and give feedback from their mobile devices. The feature is designed to allow 2-24 or more players to enjoy episodes together in their living rooms, and will also accommodate much larger crowds and audiences of over 1,000 at special upcoming live events in theaters organized by Telltale. 

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