Telltale’s Batman episode 4 is available today

Episode 4 of Telltale’s Batman is available today and it marks the entry of a very special character.

Batman’s long-time nemesis, Joker, makes his first appearance in the series in Guardian of Gotham. Telltale has noted that depending on player choices made in Episode 3, Episode 4 will vary wildly and will greatly affect the season finale.

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In Episode 4, Penguin has taken over Wayne Enterprises and Bruce Wayne has been committed to Arkham. Without Batman’s presence on the streets of Gotham, Harvey Dent’s followers and the Children of Arkham clash, putting innocent lives at risk.

Batman: The Telltale Series episodes 1-4 are available now.

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