“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” has been globally released on March 25, 2016. For some, it’s a masterpiece while some think it’s an underwhelming mess. Whatever it is, it’s nearly impossible not to be impressed by the new Batcave, the stylish take on the Dark Knight’s den. And now you can get an inside look at the newest version of the Batcave thanks to Google Street View that has partnered with Warner Bros to let you explore it for yourself.
On the movie’s official Facebook page, the invitation to “explore Bruce Wayne’s residence and more” was announced. To explore the truly impressive complex, you’ll just start on the surface, inside Mr. Bruce Wayne’s lake house. Click through and you’ll eventually explore the Batcave. Rotate the back around to see the sleek Batwing, go further and you’ll see the Batmobile, surrounded by Batman’s tools. Also, you can find the Batman’s armor and joker-vandalized Robin’s costume inside the lair.
After digitally exploring the lair of Batman, one thing is clear, that Warner Bros made a major investment in making the set as it has the plan to use the Batcave for many more movies. Well, that’s definitely not surprising as “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” largely serves as a table setting for the upcoming Justice League movies.