Each of the four character videos from Gotham Knights presented above offered a little more information about how they behave. Red Hood already has its own presentation trailer, in the case of Gun Kata. As Batgirl, Robin, and Nightwing dispatch their enemies by pummeling them into submission, Red Hood takes them down instead.
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Red Hood already has its own presentation trailer before the launch of Gotham Knights
Like the previous three character showcases, this new trailer makes good use of Gotham Knights’ custom hero outfits, giving players a solid look at what type of armor Red Hood will be able to wear in the game. From tactical combat vests to demon-looking bulletproof vests, this iteration of Jason Todd will be fully customizable depending on the type of Red Hood players want to embody.
The trailer also points out some of Red Hood’s magical abilities, like his aerial jump. After being revived through the use of Lazarus Pit, Red Hood is able to take advantage of his newfound ability to cast spells both in and out of combat. Compared to Batgirl’s gameplay cycle in Gotham Knightswhere gadgets allow him to move quickly around the city and manipulate enemies in combat, Red Hood relies on his own innate magic to perform similar feats.