Batman: Return to Arkham reportedly delayed until November

The delays just keep coming for Batman: Return to Arkham.


Batman: Return to Arkham is getting quite a delay as a report claims the game will launch, at the earliest, this November.

The game, which was delayed just a few weeks ago, was originally supposed to launch on July 26. Unfortunately, multiple sources tell Eurogamer Batman: Return to Arkham is being pushed back to at least November, although that release date window may fall through, which means the game’s release could be pushed even further to early 2017.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has yet to give a reason why Batman: Return to Arkham has been hit with a delay, but the report cites quality of the port to be of concern with frame rates being a major issue. Considering the mess Warner Bros. found itself in with the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight, we don’t blame the publisher for taking the extra time to ensure it releases a functioning product.

If you're an Xbox One or PlayStation 4 owner who has been wanting to play Batman: Arkham Asylum or Batman: Arkham City on your console, it appears you're going to be out of luck for several months. PC players probably won't bat an eye in regards to this news story considering they can continue playing both games right now.

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