Here's the latest ArkhamCast podcast from Arkhamverse.com, detailing hands-on time with AK at RS offices and the London MCM among other things
Prior to Arkham City's release, Rocksteady's Dax Ginn told Gamespot that, "We're really treating gamers very equally regardless of the platform they want to play the game on," and that the plan was "to deliver the same game across all platforms." He was true to his word; Arkham City's content was made available on all platforms the game was released for.
But Arkham Knight will reportedly have content that is restricted to the PS4. And, if the history of exclusives in the Arkham series is any indicator, it seems unlikely this upcoming content will ever see the light of day on other platforms.
So they're going from "treating gamers very equally regardless of ... platform" to giving preferential treatment to gamers on one platform. They're going from delivering "the same game across all platforms" to delivering incomplete, content-crippled versions of the game on all but that one platform.
That's a drastic change for the worse in WBIE's and/or Rocksteady's attitude toward their fans and customers. For Arkham City, they finally acted fairly and treated all platforms equally with regards to content. Why is it acceptable for them to now revert their stance and go back to treating a significant portion of their fanbase like second-class citizens?
Since everyone loves hearing second hand about the MCM Arkham Knight Trailer , this guy on youtube talks about what he saw at the event . Enjoy , becasue we didn't lol .