A Marvel Games executive says Rocksteady’s Batman Arkham series has had influence on the upcoming Insomniac Spider-Man game, and that may be a good thing for gamers.
While there were many great games seen at E3 2017, there were still some that were missed at the show. These are the 10 games we missed seeing the most at E3 2017.
Batman Arkham VR, previously exclusively available on PlayStation 4, comes to PC, with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive players able to pick it up starting April 25.
In a comparison video of the PS4 and Xbox One’s Batman: Return to Arkham’s remaster of Batman: Arkham City, Digital Foundry discovers the game has an unlocked frame rate.
After a slight delay, Batman: Return to Arkham is finally available and its bringing along a launch trailer that doubles as a graphics comparison video.
Batman: Arkham VR’s PlayStation Move motion controls aren’t always reliable, but it is still one of the best examples of the potential of PlayStation VR.
Rocksteady’s Dax Ginn reveals that the Batman: Arkham VR campaign will only last an hour, though players will be able to unlock an additional 90 minutes of gameplay.
According to multiple sources, Warner Bros. is targeting November as a release window for Batman: Return to Arkham, Rocksteady’s remastered Batman collection.
A statement on the Warner Bros. Games forum announces that Batman: Return to Arkham is delayed for more development, with no new release date being given just yet.
Rocksteady Studios, the company behind the critically-acclaimed Batman: Arkham franchise announces its next project, Batman: Arkham VR for PlayStation VR.
Those planning to jump into the Arkham series with the remasters this July are in luck, as an Arkham Knight GOTY edition might be coming alongside them.
A new graphics comparison video releases for Batman: Return to Arkham showing a side-by-side look at the original versions of Rocksteady’s games with the remasters.
After a string of rumors, Warner Bros. releases a trailer that officially announces current gen remasters of Batman Arkham Asylum and Arkham city and confirms the release date and price for the bundle.
Yet another leak for Rocksteady Studios’ and Warner Bros. Interactive’s Batman: Return to Arkham HD Collection crops up, revealing the game’s box art.
An Italian retailer’s online listing claims a release from Rocksteady Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive for a Batman: Return to Arkham HD Collection is in the works.
With rumors continuing to rumble over the potential for a remastered Batman: Arkham collection, one writer asks whether such a bundle even needs to be released.
According to a press leak, Batman Arkham HD Collection is in the works for current generation platforms, and it is set for availability later this year.