Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has started airing a thirty second TV spot for Rocksteady’s upcoming ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’, the final installment in their ‘Arkham’ video game series.

The spot features cinematic cutscenes that should appear in the game. It starts off with Bruce Wayne suiting up and showing off some of the new designs of his suit and Rocksteady’s version of the Batmobile, which will be drivable for the first time in the franchise. The rest of the spot is mostly Batman doing what he does best: whaling on enemies, speeding his Batmobile through busy city streets and taking down anything in its way, and doing some slow-mo jumps away from giant explosions, which is pretty fun to watch and hopefully more fun to play.

We also get a glimpse of two of ‘Arkham Knight’s’ main antagonists, Penguin and Two-Face. We don’t really seeing much of their fellow antagonists, Scarecrow or Harley Quinn, nor the game’s brand new villain the Arkham Knight that the game is named after, all of which is kind of disappointing, but at least you’ll get to see them in action when the game is released.

The very end of the spot reminds the viewer that pre-orders will give the player the ability to play as Harley Quinn, which their website says will allow the player to “utilize her unique weapons, gadgets, and abilities first-hand” as well as provide four exclusive challenge maps.

If you’re interested in seeing some of the gameplay that’ll be in ‘Arkham Knight’ you check that out here.

‘Batman: Arkham Knight’, rated M for Mature, will coming up out on June 2nd 2015 on Play Station 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC (not to be confused with the ’02-06-15′ date that appears at the end of the spot, which is due to the strange European way of dating).