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Gameloft has announced a Batman: Dark Knight Rises mobile game optimized for Android and IOS devices today.

The Parisian firm debuted the game’s kick-ass action scenes via a game trailer Thursday and said that it will be the only movie tie-in title announced for the final installment of the Bale Batman trilogy.

The game narrative is said to be loosely based on the movie’s plot but exact details remain a mystery due to the movie’s story line staying pretty covert.

From the trailer, it’s obvious the game focuses heavily on the beat-em up/adventure side but looks to be set in an open world environment, allowing players to explore as much of Gotham City as they see fit.

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Gameloft has confirmed that Dark Knight Rises will be released this Summer but it is keeping tight-lipped about any other details regarding availability.

Development of the game is still in progress, as it is being developed in collaboration with Warner Brothers studios, so it should be a decent portrayal of the film, which is due to hit movie screens on 19 July.

via The Inquirer




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