There's an upcoming celebration for everyone's favorite Caped Crusader and Dark Knight. Batman Day 2019 is right around the corner, with the event teasing huge news. Most of this will likely be on the comic front, but there will hopefully be some video game-related news, as well. In buildup and celebration of this event, though, the Epic Games Store is giving away 6 Batman games.
Specifically, the Epic Games Store is giving away the Batman Arkham Collection and the Lego Batman Collection for free, which typically retail around $60 a pop. The first gives players Batman: Arkham Asylum GOTY Edition, Batman: Arkham City GOTY Edition, and Batman Arkham Knight. For those hoping to get Arkham Origins free, it was created by a different studio, likely explaining its exclusion from the list.
The Lego Batman Collection comes with Lego Batman The Videogame, Lego Batman 2 DC Super Heroes, and Lego Batman 3 Beyond Gotham. For Lego fans, this collection perfectly completes or complements those who may have been playing the most recent Lego DC Super-Villains.
Notably, this giveaway is likely for a limited time, as is often the case, but Epic Games stopped short of putting a timer on claiming this. Considering that Batman Day 2019 is scheduled for Saturday, September 21, it wouldn't make sense for this giveaway to be pulled before then, but regardless, Batman fans will want to act quick to claim these games.
To do so, interested fans will need to nagivate to the "Store" section of the Epic Launcher. Scroll down until finding the Batman logo and click it, which will take PC players to a seperate page showcasing Batman Arkham Collection and Lego Batman Collection. Place the order here, and the two collections, six games, will be added to the library.
It's also worth adding that this may not be the end for the relationship between Epic Games and the Dark Knight. Rumors are suggesting that Fortnite will have a Batman crossover, so once again, this is something Batman-related that may be revealed soon.
Batman Day 2019 is schedule for Saturday, September 21.