Warner Bros. Games has pushed back the highly-anticipated release of Batman: Arkham Trilogy, initially slated for October 13, to a new launch date of December 1. The game will be made available for the Nintendo Switch platform.
This comprehensive collection comprises Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, and Batman: Arkham Knight, complete with all previously released downloadable content spanning across these three iconic titles. Turn Me Up Games has diligently undertaken the task of porting each of these titles to the Nintendo Switch.
In an official statement conveyed through their Twitter account, Warner Bros. Games expressed their sincere apologies to the fans, citing the necessity for additional time to ensure the collection reaches the highest quality standards.
The statement read, “In order to deliver an exceptional gaming experience to Nintendo Switch users, we find it imperative to extend our development timeline. We sincerely apologize to our dedicated fan base, who have eagerly anticipated this trilogy’s release. Your patience is greatly appreciated.”
This delay, although disappointing to fans, reflects the commitment of Warner Bros. Games to provide gamers with a polished and immersive Batman experience on the Nintendo Switch platform, ultimately contributing to the longevity and enjoyment of the Arkham Trilogy.