Not to be overshadowed by all the Gamescom news, Telltale Games released new images from Batman: The Enemy Within, showing off the debut of Harley Quinn to the series, as well as a better look at Batman’s suit above Gotham and John Doe who appears to be turning into The Joker. The series itself has already gotten mixed reactions from fans on the developer’s take on Gotham, but the new look of Harley Quinn may catch a few people off guard as she isn’t dressed up as a pinup gal this time around and appears to have more of a street thug quality.
The company also revealed that the second chapter of the series would drop onto consoles and PC on September 26, and that a complete standalone version of the first game (Batman: A Telltale Series) would be released for Xbox One and PS4 on October 3. No trailer or additional info was revealed at this time for the next chapter of Batman: The Enemy Within, so just kick back and enjoy the images as Harley herself looks a lot more in control and less like a sex object, while John Doe appears to be getting comfortable in his new role with a deck of cards.
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