Warner Bros. Games has announced that the latter’s action-adventure series, Batman Arkham Trilogy, has been delayed from its previous October 13, 2023, release date to December 1, 2023.
No specific reasoning was given for this delay other than more time being required to deliver the best possible experience to players. We’ll keep you all updated on this collection’s eventual release.
This new trilogy release will include all previous DLC for all three titles, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, and Batman: Arkham Knight. This package looks to be one of the best ways to experience the renowned trilogy on the go.
This port will be handled by Turn Me Up Games, who have worked on the Borderlands Legendary Edition Switch port as well as Journey to the Savage Planet. So, this developer is used to porting games over to the Nintendo Switch.
The official FAQ page was published by Warner Bros. Games, with the company confirming that the game’s physical release will only include Batman: Arkham Asylum on the cartridge. Arkham City and Arkham Knight will require downloads.
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