Return to Arkham has a release date again

Owen Stevens
September 17, 2016

When Batman found out he was returning to Arkham earlier this year, he was gearing up for his Unreal Engine 4 makeover. Sources told Eurogamer that the delay is due to the quality of the port from Chinese developer Virtuous Games. Interactive announced a two-pack of remastered Batman classics in the form of Batman: Return to Arkham. The game was to be a remastered, high definition release of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City for current generation consoles.

Along with the news of the release date, Warner Bro's also released a new trailer showing a side by side comparison between the original and remastered games. Check it out below. Now it's finally gotten a release date.

Both Xbox One and PS4 versions are retailed at $40.

"Batman: Return to Arkham" will cost $49.99 when it's finally released on October 14. Water now reflects an eerie, soft glow from the streetlamps above, and Batman himself looks better than ever.

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Warner Bros. released new game footage comparing the visual changes made to the environments and characters in Return to Arkham on PS4 to the original releases on PlayStation 3.

Looking at the trailer, it's obvious that the remaster is much more polished.

Batman: Return to Arkham is based on DC's core Batman license and is rated PEGI-16. Interactive Entertainment finally revealed the new release date as October 18th in North America and October 21st in the United Kingdom.

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