Batman: Arkham City will support 3D on all three platforms, publisher Warner Bros. has confirmed. As well as that silly new fad stereoscopic 3D, the Bat-sequel will support the classic, tried-and-tested 3D we all know and love, glorious anaglyphic.
The PC edition of Arkham City will use Nvidia's 3D Vision tech, meaning you'll need the appropriate Nvidia hardware to use it. The Xbox 360 and PlayStation versions will require the usual setup of 3D HDTV and active shutter glasses.
However, if you're one of the countless millions who can't use stereoscopic 3D, good old anaglyphic will have your back and work on any old HD display. There's no word on exactly which form of anaglyphic will be used, but Batman: Arkham City used Tiroviz's Inficolor 3D.
Batman: Arkham City is headed to PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on October 18.