'Batman: The Telltale Series' Reviews, News & Updates: Ep. 3 Commended Overall, Feedback Good; Ep. 4 To Have More Action?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 16, 2016 01:08 AM EST

"Batman: The Telltale Series" recently ended its third episode "New World Order" and with it, fans may have quite the stir of feedback still running strong. That being said, the fourth episode may well be on its way as well and fans may be equally as excited about it.

Telltale Games' "Batman: The Telltale Series" is all but over as the previous episodes showed just what kind of journey both Bruce Wayne and Batman will have to endure. This was shown during the third episode, "New World Order," wherein some reviews apparently saw what made the title good and lacking as well.

According to Heavy, the said episode of "Batman: The Telltale Series" tackled more on the history of the Wayne family rather than the Caped Crusader himself. The introduction of the Children of Arkham was also rather commendable, alongside the involvement of both Selina Kyle and Harvey Dent. It was said that the most remarkable part of the episode is the way that the leader of the group brought about that sense of mystery, concocting the most interesting aspects of the episode.

Overall, the "New World Order" episode of "Batman: The Telltale Series" has been quite a rush to some, but there are still quite loads to unveil. One such start was taken to social media, as an official post on Twitter showed fans a glimpse of episode 4. In it, Batman can be seen confronting Oswald Cobblepot, who seemed to be ready to fight despite apparently looking battered and bruised.

Nothing much has been known about the alleged fourth episode of "Batman: The Telltale Series" just yet. It could be speculated, however, that it will continue more towards the strengths of Batman instead of Bruce Wayne once more. Other than that, everything should be taken with a grain of salt for now and wait for further announcements from Telltale Games.

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