Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 3 Walkthrough
Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 3

The third episode of Telltale Games’ Batman: The Telltale Series has gone live. There are two distinct outcomes for what happens in episode 3 that drastically affects the outcome and start of the episode, and you can find out exactly how some of those changes affect the game in various ways, as you’ll see in the Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 3 walkthroughs.

YouTuber MKIceAndFire did a walkthrough of Batman: The Telltale Series third episode going with the route where Batman doesn’t use excessive violence and where he saved Harvey Dent from getting his face crushed and burned under the television by the Penguin.

The game starts with Bruce visiting Harvey in the hospital, where Dent vents about all of the issues leading up to him ending up in the hospital.

The first major choice players will have is to either go after Dent or help Montoya. The situation is tough but each choice will determine what happens to Dent or Montoya.

Batman: Telltale Series Episode 3

If you decide to help Dent instead of Montoya the Children of Arkham will wound a cop and capture another cop.

Batman discovers that GCPD has been compromised and the Children of Arkham have been monitoring the police department’s communication channel.

Batman eventually finds out that the Children of Arkham hacked into Wayne Enterprises’ network and used it to access the GCPD.

During the scene with Lucius in the secret lab, you can grab the sticky bomb and hide the table in the floor.

Cobblepot eventually steps in as the interim CEO, where players will have a few options when it comes to dealing with Cobblepot, including being able to punch his lights out.

Additionally, players will have a choice in having Lucius come work with Wayne privately or stick to being an inside ear in Wayne Enterprises while Cobblepot is interim CEO.

Bruce checks on recordings at potential targets of the Children of Arkham and City Hall seems to be a potential target.

Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 3

Batman meets with Vicki Vale to find out where the Children of Arkham are – players will have the choice of how they respond to Vicki and what sort of threats are available. Technically, Batman can get Vicki to give up the location of the Children without threatening her with violence, simply let her know that they’re “not done here!” and she will give up their location without having to be threatened.

Batman will then need to examine the abandoned train depot. You’ll need to link the the dead body to the canisters, and then examine the empty bottle with the solvent while also examining the chemical spill on the table. Connect the chemical spill with the empty bottle.

Batman figures out that the train car will be the delivery system for the chemical. You need to link the train car with the map. After making the connection you’ll need to link the spilled chemicals with the dead body of the guard.

Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 3

After a fight scene Batman and Selina head back to her apartment where players have the choice of giving Bruce some just rewards.

You’ll need to examine Selina’s place while Bruce is in his Bat panties.

When Harvey comes in and catches Bruce in his Bat panties, players will have a choice of beating him up or wearing him down.

Players will also have a choice of either exposing Oswald during the live press press conference or playing by the rules and announcing the resignation.

Players will have a choice at either reading the teleprompter or go off script.

The episode ends with Bruce going after Cobblepot after being stabbed with the drug by Vicki Vale, who turns out to be Lady Arkham.

You can also see an alternate playthrough by Nukem Dukem, covering different choices – some of which are quite obvious – including Harvey having already turned into Two-Face. You can check it out below.

Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 3 is currently available right now for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, and PC.

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  • Alistair

    Now from looking at that vid thumbnail what do you see, that you dont see in the other batman games? (not counting the Arkham Knight). Since the last game of the wolf among us a great game.

    The telltales games has gone down the drain, from games of thones onwards .

    And the trend contines with this game too why the hell do telltale go the social junkie route was going to buy this when episode 4 out.

    Now im not.

    So billy do you know the riddle what question i posted.

    • I have no idea what the answer is to the riddle.

      • Alistair

        Do i have to spell it out, it obvious catwoman. Catwoman made her 1st appearance in game “batman Arkham city” Think she was in origins need to check on that.

        She made another appearance in “Batman Arkham Knight” From that it become very obvious.

        • I actually thought they did a fantastic job with Catwoman in this particular series. She’s almost identical to the way she was in Batman: The Animated Series from back in the 1990s… I think they made her a little less elegant and a bit more grungy, but I think her portrayal and Harvey’s depiction (if you save him from becoming Two-Face) are spot-on.

          Their biggest flaw is how they depict Batman. He’s not as much of a ninja or as stealthy as Baleman. He’s certainly not as violent as Batfleck. He’s a good detective like Royman, but that’s about it.