With the Joker
With the Jokerbeing present in Telltale Games’ episodic graphic adventure title Batman: The Enemy Within as the character John Doe, it makes sense for the developer to eventually include his main squeeze, Harley Quinn. As it so happens, the company has now confirmed that she will be a part of the story as it unfolds as well, with Telltale Games officially releasing the first clip featuring the Maid of Mischief in action.
As seen below in the latest trailer for Batman: The Enemy Within, which comes courtesy of IGN, this scene found within Episode 2, “The Pact,” shows Bruce Wayne being led by John Doe to meet the latter’s potential lover, who happens to be a gun-wielding Harley Quinn. In fact, when Doe and Wayne enter the front seat of a vehicle together, Harley climbs into the back of the car and points a pistol directly at the head of Batman’s billionaire playboy alter-ego.
In order to bring Harley Quinn to life, Telltale Games has hired the prolific voice artist Laura Post (The Evil Within) to play the character, with the actress joining a cast that’s already stacked with industry talent. For instance, her abilities will be on display along the likes of Troy Baker (The Last of Us) as Batman, and Anthony Ingruber (The Age of Adeline) as the Joker/John Doe.
Batman: The Enemy Within is Telltale Games’ second season for its DC series starring the Dark Knight, and as evidenced at the end of the above trailer, the developer is set to reveal a much fuller trailer for Episode 2, “The Pact,” next week on September 26, 2017. And while it seems as if most folks who have played the game have enjoyed the first installment for the most part, Nintendo fans have been left out in the cold so far when it comes to experiencing the story. Thankfully, though, Telltale has promised that a Switch version for the series is on the way.
Batman: The Enemy Within‘s Episode 1, “The Enigma,” is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, with Android and iOS devices receiving support in early October. A Nintendo Switch version is reportedly on the way.
Source: IGN – YouTube