Warner Bros. announces that Batman: Arkham Knight will finally return to the PC after nearly four months away from Steam, but fans still aren’t pleased.
After trickling new season pass related content out for a few months, Batman Arkham Knight developer, Rocksteady Games, announces the remaining season pass content.
While video games aren’t meant to perfectly mimic real life, sometimes game logic is so far-fetched that players can’t help but be confused or frustrated.
Warner Bros. Interactive reveals that it is far from done with Batman video games, stating that there are ‘endless possibilities’ for the caped crusader.
Rocksteady Studios’ Sefton Hill shows players how to unlock the new Big Head Mode feature for Batman and other side character in a cheeky Batman: Arkham Knight video.
Batman: Arkham Knight developer Sefton Hill announces that Christian Bale’s Batsuit will be released as DLC, but says it won’t be out until the end of the year
Warner Bros. Interactive reveals Batman: Arkham Knight’s next set of DLC that becomes available in October, which includes a story pack starring Catwoman.
The August NPD results indicate that Madden NFL 16 is the overall best selling game of the month, while the PlayStation 4 continues to lead hardware sales.
Modder Heitor Fraga reveals that he is bringing the Superman to Gotham in Batman: Arkham City, just in time for Rocksteady’s game-saving patch on PC.
The highly anticipated PC patch for Batman: Arkham Knight leaks ahead of schedule, and players report that the update eliminates nearly all bugs with the troubled port.
A new mod allows fans to take to the streets of Gotham as the evil Clown Prince of Crime, the Joker, in the PC version of Rocksteady’s Batman: Arkham Knight.
After being teased a month ago, Batman: Arkham Knight’s 1989 Movie Batmobile Pack and the game’s Bat-Family Skin Pack are both officially available today.
During their latest Arkham Insider video, Rocksteady Studios reveals new gameplay footage of the upcoming 1989 Batmobile DLC for Batman: Arkham Knight.
The NPD group announces the best-selling software and hardware of July 2015, with LEGO Jurassic World taking the top spot and PS4 continuing its hardware dominance.
A modder creates a new mod for Batman: Arkham Knight that allows players to control Sefton Hill, the creative director of the game and co-founder of Rocksteady.
Batman: Arkham Knight developer Rocksteady Studios teams up with Prime 1 Studios to release a highly detailed figure of the mysterious Arkham Knight.
Batman Arkham Knight receives a fairly large update that introduces a number of fixes for console players along with the fan-favorite feature, photo mode.