‘Batman: Return to Arkham’ to Release Next Month

Now, where did we leave our cape?

Just in time for Halloween, Rocksteady’s first two installments of the beloved Batman Arkham series will return on Next Gen consoles October 19, 2016.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment announced that Batman: Return to Arkham, will be available for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, beginning October 19th. The bundle will include all downloadable content available for Batman:Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City.


You’re about to have the worst headache…

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has also released a Side-by-Side comparison to showcase the game’s improved graphics, upgraded models, lighting and more. Both games were remastered by Virtuos using Unreal Engine 4.

With the success of Batman: Arkham Knight on Next Gen consoles, we’re not surprised at all to see this bundle pushed through the obstacles to make it to the shelves just in time for the Holidays.

Are you going to head back to Arkham next month, or was once enough? Etch your questions on a Batarang and hurl them at the comment section below!

Devon McCarty adores his time wearing the cowl, but needs to checkout the new Tell Tale versions before heading back to Akrham. Have questions for Devon?   You can hit him up on the Watch. Chat. Play! Facebook page , chat to Devon @DesignatedDevon, but don’t for one second think I don’t want you to drop some sweet love in the comment section below. And note that Analog Addiction doesn’t always reflect the views/humor of the Watch. Chat. Play! staff. No matter how funny they think they are.


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