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Batman: Return To Arkham Comparison Screenshots Show Graphical Improvements

Following Warner Bros. Entertainment’s announcement that Batman: Return to Arkham would be arriving on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this coming July, images showing comparisons between the original versions of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City with the remastered versions have begun to appear online.

Reddit user blackfire561 has taken screenshots from various scenes of the Return to Arkham trailer and matched them with the corresponding shots in the original versions of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. The recently uploaded images show a distinct improvement between the two games, further showcasing what Unreal Engine 4 has achieved.

Originally released in 2009 and 2011 respectively, Batman Arkham Asylum and Batman Arkham City were both developed by Rocksteady using Unreal Engine 3, the remastered versions will be developed by Virtous using the latest version of the engine, bringing the collection up to date with both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4’s capabilities. You can view the comparison screenshots below and find more here.

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Batman: Return To Arkham is available worldwide July 29th on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Batman: Return To Arkham Delayed A Month Before Launch, No New Date Confirmed

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  • michaelknight31

    This generation is fill with lots of remastereds