Batman: Return to Arkham will feature the first 2 games in the series, Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. Both games will be visually enhanced and will be bundled together for $50. All DLC will be included as well.
The collection is not too far off as it will drop this summer on July 26th. Return to Arkham will be available on the Xbox One and PS4. There is no PC release, which may be for the best after what happened with Arkham Knight.
If you missed on playing one or both games, then this collection is for you. Check out the trailer below.
From the same developers that brought us The Walking Dead episodic series, they are now taking on the Batman himself. A short teaser was shown at The Game Awards earlier tonight. Telltale Batman, (that’s not the actual name) comes out sometime in 2016. Check out the teaser below.
Hey, remember that whole Batman: Arkham Knight debacle? Yeah? Me too, it’s still in my steam library ready to be reinstalled. Well, there seems to be some light at the end of the tunnel. Warner Brother’s says that the improved PC version will be re-releasing “in the coming weeks” but there is no date on exactly when.
The quote comes from Rocksteady’s recent press release about upcoming Arkham Knight DLC. The last line of the document reads that the PC version will be released soon. So look for it to be in the Steam store and other online retailers “in the coming weeks.”