Batman: Arkham Knight Sees Another Slight Delay – New Trailer Released
Warner Bros and Rocksteady Games have just announced that Batman Arkham Knight will see a small delay and will now launch on June 23, 2015.
We’re a developer that hates to make any compromises, so we are sorry to say this means it’s going to be just a little bit longer until you can play the epic conclusion to the Arkham trilogy. As a reward for your patience and understanding, and to make the wait even more unbearable, we are pleased to whet your appetite with a new gameplay video of Batman™: Arkham Knight.
Thanks so much from everyone at Rocksteady for your continued support. We are working as hard as we can to make you proud.
Just a slight delay for Batman Arkham Knight
The previous release set for Batman Arkham Knight was June 2, 2015, so this is just a slight 3 weeks delay. If this is what the team needs then by all accounts they should take it. Batman Arkham Knight is definitely shaping up to be the crown jewel of the Arkham franchise, and Rocksteady’s biggest title yet. Warner Bros should really be appreciated for allowing the Rocksteady team to take the time they need to make sure that they deliver the best game they can with Arkham Knight.
Batman Arkham Asylum and Arkham City to be remastered for current-gen consoles
According to IGN Italy, remastered versions of Batman Arkham Asylum and Arkham City will be hitting the PS4 and Xbox One consoles this Christmas. No confirmation has been given as of yet. The remasters seem to include only the two previous Rocksteady developed Arkham titles and not Batman: Arkham Origins which was developed by WB Games Montreal for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC
Batman: Arkham Knight releases on June 23, 2015 for the PS4, Xbox One PC after initially being delayed from September 2013. We will bring you any new information regarding Batman Arkham Knight, as well as the Remastered Duo of Arkham titles as soon as it becomes available.You can read more on Batman Arkham Knight in our previous coverage here and here.
You can watch or download an uncompressed version of the trailer over at Gamersyde