Rocksteady has revealed that Batman: Arkham Trilogy has been delayed to December. The Switch version of the trilogy was announced back in June 2023 with a fall 2023 release. But the fall release has been pushed back a bit and it will now release in December.
Batman: Arkham Trilogy on Switch Delayed to December
The trilogy after the delay will now release on December 1st. The date isn’t that far from the projected fall release. According to the devs, the delay was necessary because they needed more time to provide the best experience to the gamers.
Fall 2023 already has a bunch of amazing games coming our way. Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, Alan Wake 2, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, and more are just days and weeks away at this point. So, the delay also gives free space to gamers after they’re done with all the upcoming titles.
The Arkham Trilogy will consist of the three mainline entries in the franchise; 1. Arkham Asylum 2. Arkham City 3. Arkham Knight. Unfortunately, it doesn’t include the Arkham Origins, despite the confirmation that it is canon to the franchise.
Batman: Arkham Trilogy after getting delayed will now release on December 1, 2023. It can currently be pre-ordered on the Nintendo Store for $59.99.
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