Batman: Return To Arkham Delayed Until November ‘At Earliest’, Suggests Report

The recently delayed Batman: Return to Arkham for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 won’t now be available until November at the earliest, according to a new report by Eurogamer.

Previously scheduled to release this month, Batman Return to Arkham which features remastered versions of both Arkham Asylum and Arkham City was recently delayed by Warner Bros to allow developer Virtuous Games additional time to polish the remasters. However, according to EuroGamer the game may not launch until November “at the earliest” with the site also claiming that it could even be pushed into next year if it fails to launch this fall, with framerate issues seemingly a “major issue” for the developers of recent Final Fantasy X/X-2 and Heavy Rain remasters.

However, according to Eurogamer the game may not launch until November “at the earliest” with the site also claiming that it could even be pushed into next year if it fails to launch this fall, with framerate issues seemingly a “major issue” for the developers of recent Final Fantasy X/X-2 and Heavy Rain remasters.

 

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