Gotham Knights is reportedly cancelled in Russia

Gotham Knights is reportedly cancelled in Russia
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Warner Bros. Interactive may have cancelled the Russian release of Gotham Knights, its upcoming action-adventure.

This is according to sources speaking to The Happy Warrior (via VGC). And the game will apparently no longer feature Russian-dubbed voices or Russian subtitles. Moreover, the Russian version of the Gotham Knights website now funnels you into a 404 error.

Warner Bros. has not yet released an official statement on the matter. But, if it is true, it would be the latest of several gaming companies to cease operating in Russia. Microsoft recently suspended its sales and services there. CD Projekt Red did exactly the same thing back in March.

In other recent Gotham Knights news, we saw a gameplay reveal, in which two characters, Nightwing and Redhood, beat some people up. And also showed off their new jet-boosted glider and magical powers.

Then the game’s developers spoke about the inclusion of Nightwing’s new glider. And they also spoke about Red Hood, formerly Jason Todd, who now has magical powers.

What’s more, the game is no longer coming to PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. The decision was supposedly made in order to “to provide players with the best possible gameplay experience.”

Gotham Knights is out on October 25th, for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.